NCache Software is available in Azure and AWS marketplaces as a preconfigured VM (Software). For all other cloud platforms, simply download, install, and use NCache on a Bring Your Own License (BYOL) basis. NCache works perfectly fine in any cloud. Click below to learn more about each cloud option.
NCache Enterprise is available as a Virtual Machine (VM) in the Azure and AWS marketplaces. These VMs are preconfigured with NCache and make setting up NCache seamless. Below are the links to these preconfigured NCache VMs in these clouds:
BYOL also means you can take these NCache licenses from one cloud platform to another or transfer them between cloud and on-premises.
You may not want to use the preconfigured NCache VMs from the Azure/AWS marketplace and instead want to install NCache directly on your application server VMs. Or, you may be using another cloud platform where a preconfigured NCache VM doesn’t exist in its marketplace.
In these cases, you can download NCache from our website and install it on your preferred VM in the cloud. After installation, simply use the license key you’ve purchased directly from Alachisoft to activate NCache just like you would do in an on-premises situation.
In Azure/AWS and in other clouds, NCache allows you to use a fully working software free of cost for a limited period of time for eval purposes. This is true for NCache Enterprise and NCache Professional both. You only pay for the VMs and not NCache licenses during this period.
In each option below, you can do an evaluation for 30-Days and later extend it 30 days at a time by contacting us.
During the Evaluation Period, NCache is fully functional and free. Additionally, you’re also able to get technical support from our world-class Technical Support team.
NCache has a server portion and a client portion. The server portion is what you purchase/obtain from the Azure and AWS marketplaces or setup as described above - whereas, the client portion is something you can embed inside your application. You can obtain the NCache Client from the following sources:
You can bundle NCache Client libraries inside your .NET/.NET Core application. You can also bundle NCache Client Jar files inside your Java applications. However, please note that these options only provide you an InProc Client Cache and not OutProc. The latter is only possible by installing a Remote Client (see above).