Welcome to NCache!
NCache is a flexible and feature rich 100% .NET caching solution that provides high performance and scalability to handle any transaction load. NCache features and APIs are designed to cache data for applications of any size – from small to enterprise-wide global installations.
This NCache documentation contains samples, tutorials, and tools designed to help you quickly incorporate NCache into your applications. You can search for topics in the extensive class library references, overviews and step-by-step illustrations.
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In This Documentation
Discusses step by step details for installation and activation of NCache using interactive Windows installer and command line installer. It also explains installation steps for NCache Java client, .NET Core client and Docker.
Familiarizes you with the fundamentals of NCache and offers help to use NCache quickly and efficiently.
Provides a guide to perform administrative tasks and configure settings of caches and bridges using NCache Manager, PowerShell cmdlets and configuration files.
Provides conceptual detail of NCache architecture, topologies, feature behaviors and more.
Focuses on what is essential to become skilled at developing with NCache. It includes programmer's guide, sample applications, hands on tutorials and extensive help on API reference.
Detailed PowerShell reference for NCache PowerShell cmdlets.
Detailed NCache deployment in various container orchestrators.
Provides a step by step tutorial for using NCache images in Docker.
.NET API Reference
Detailed .NET API reference for NCache API.
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