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…

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Monitor Data Changes in NCache Using Continuous Query

The advent of distributed caching systems has fixed the problem of databases becoming over-loaded and laggy. Today these distributed caches can handle the load of millions of data transactions taking place per second, but there is a problem. Most enterprise-level applications rely on changes taking place in some specific portions of this data. These applications…

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NCache 5.2 Released

The NCache team is happy to announce the release of NCache 5.2. The latest release now has a web-based GUI tool for NCache management and basic monitoring. NCache Web Manager allows users to create, configure, start and stop caches. Apart from other improvements, two additional enhancements are made to Pub/Sub which includes the priority of…

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Migrating Smoothly from Redis to NCache

NCache, a distributed, linearly scalable and fast in-memory key-value store allows the caching of objects to reduce database trips and easily scale higher loads. Similarly, Redis is also a distributed caching solution but lacks key features like SQL & LINQ Support,  Client Cache (InProc) and Peer-to-Peer Clustering etc. For .NET Redis client applications, NCache provides…

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Create Read Intensive Applications using NCache

Modern problems require modern solutions, right? And fast performance has always been a problem – call it trivial or modern. NCache is a quick fix for your critical problems such as performance and scalability. It works efficiently and covers all the problematic areas in your application, however, caching has its primary purpose for applications that…

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