JCache is standardized Java caching API. It provides a number of features and is an efficient caching solution. JCache provides functionalities like adding, updating and removing data from the cache. It provides a bunch of advanced features.
NCache supports JCache API to be used with NCache. You can plug in NCache in your JCache application and use the same JCache API with a distributed solution. Applications using JCache can be scaled out along with a set of operations being performed on the cache.
Another benefit of NCache is that it provides very powerful and easy to use GUI based and command line configuration and monitoring tools. GUI based tools provide you a rich set of options to easily configure NCache in your environment and later monitor almost every aspect of it. We will discuss all the JCache functionalities supported by NCache.
In this Section
Explains how to initialize cache with JCache.
Add/Update in Cache
Explains how to add/update data in cache with JCache.
Fetch Items from Cache
Explains how to fetch items from the cache.
Remove Operation in Cache
Explains how items are removed from the cache w.r.t JCache.
Discusses the methods to clear the cache contents.
Data Expiration in Cache
Explains the data invalidation strategies in cache such as absolute and sliding expiration.
Event Notifications in Cache
Explains event notifications and ways to register and unregister them.