Entity Framework Applications Using Distributed Cache

Entity Framework is an object-relational mapping engine that provides abstraction from underlying relational database and therefore greatly simplifies development. Because of these benefits, more and more data-centric and high transactional applications and services are developed with Entity Framework. But, these high traffic applications are facing scalability problems. Although the application-tier level is scalable, their database…

How to Use LINQ for Searching Distributed Cache?

Distributed caching is becoming really popular among developers of high transaction applications because it improves your application’s performance and scalability. And, this popularity means that developers are caching more and more data in it which they also want to be able to search just like they are able to search relational databases. But, one major…

How SQLCacheDependency Synchronizes Distributed Cache with Database?

Distributed Caching has become a popular way of improving .NET application performance and scalability. That is why developers are caching more and more data in distributed cache. However along with this come a few challenges. One important challenge is to ensure that data in the cache is always synchronized with the database. This is because…

When to Use Client Cache with Distributed Caching?

A distributed cache is essential for any application that demands fast performance during extreme transaction loads. An in-memory distributed cache performs better than a database. And, it can provide linear scalability in handling greater transaction loads because it can easily let you add more servers to the cache cluster that a database server cannot do.…