Java Web App Caching
You can quickly use sessions in your existing Java applications without any code change to see an immediate boost in application performance. NCache provides a node code change option for your Java applications to persist sessions with NCache's distributed caching. If you require reliable and scalable storage for session persistence and your application is running on a web server farm with load-balancing configured, NCache is your best option.
Using NCache provides you with the following advantages:
No Code Change: You don't need to update the code to use NCache Java sessions in your application.
Better Performance: Session data is stored in an in-memory cache that yields maximum performance.
Scalability: It's an in-memory distributed data grid that provides linear scalability. As you increase your cache cluster nodes to tackle extreme transaction load, performance also improves, and you can achieve as much scalability as necessary.
Reliability: NCache lets you intelligently replicate Java servlet sessions across multiple servers according to the topology used, without compromising its reliability and performance - you won't lose any session data even if a cache server goes down.
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Java Web Sessions
Explains how to configure applications to use NCache with Java Web Sessions.