Scaling ASP.NET Core Apps with NCache

Live Webinar

  • Asia Pacific
  • 2pm-3pm (Australia Eastern)
  • Thu, Aug 13, 2020

ASP.NET is a very popular technology for developing web applications. Now its latest version ASP.NET Core is quickly gaining popularity with organizations anxious to move their web apps to ASP.NET Core. But, ASP.NET Core runs into scalability and performance issues when put under heavy user load. This happens because your data storage becomes a bottleneck. However, there is a way around this performance and scalability bottleneck if you use distributed caching. Learn how you can optimize your ASP.NET Core performance and scalability to perform under extreme transaction loads.

Here is what this webinar covers:

  • Overview of ASP.NET Core scalability and performance bottlenecks
  • How distributed caching resolves these issues
  • App Data Caching through ASP.NET Core IDistributedCache interface and Direct NCache APIs
  • ASP.NET Core Session Storage with NCache
  • ASP.NET Core Response Caching with NCache
  • Some important NCache distributed cache features

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