By Thiago Vivas
It will be explained in this article how to integrate Entity Framework Core with a caching engine using NCache. The article will give a practical example of how we could set up our Entity Framework Core in a Console application and how to make use of NCache to make faster requests to the database with its native in-memory distributed cache.
Entity Framework Core is Microsoft's most recent ORM - Object Relational Mapper, that helps software applications map, connect, and manage entities to a wide range of databases. Entity Framework Core is open source and cross-platform, being the top 1 ORM used by software using Microsoft technologies.Read full Article
At the moment of writing this article, Entity Framework Core offers two ways to connect your entities to the database:
NCache is also open-source and cross-platform software. Its cache server offers a scalable in-memory distributed cache for .NET, Java, Scala, Python, and Node.js. As this article will be focusing on .NET technologies, we can use NCache to take advantage of the following usages: