Migrate NCache .NET Framework Server-Side Code to .NET Core Server

By this time, we all know that .NET Framework 4.8 is the last version of the full Framework branch. This also means that Microsoft will not release new features, efficiencies, or improvements for .NET Framework. All of this shouldn’t come as a surprise as Microsoft is investing more (if not all) of its resources in…

Backup and Restore your Data with NCache

Backup and Restore your Data with NCache

Its been quite a year, 2020, but it isn’t over yet with a few days remaining. Developers and technologists have advanced themselves by making fascinating products, enhancing their features and sometimes facing critical issues regarding data loss. With an aim to achieve the best performance and scalability, they have started to use in-memory distributed caching…

NCache Distributed Cluster for High Availability & Scalability

NCache Distributed Cluster for High Availability & Scalability

One common nightmare among developers and software architects is your sole web-server/data source crashing while thousands of your connected clients, applications, and your precious data are lost. Introducing a distributed, load-balanced caching layer such as NCache can make your application tier very scalable and highly available since you can add more servers as your transaction…

Basic CRUD Operations in NCache

Basic CRUD Operations in NCache – As Easy as ABC

Distributed caches, generally, are key-value stores that allow basic get, put and delete operations to store, retrieve, and update cached data. These key-based operations aka CRUD (Create, Remove, Update, Delete) or Basic Operations are what make your cache easy to use, extremely fast, and scalable. Let’s say that I have an e-commerce application that requires…