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OSOM - Open source catching solutions
OSOM - Open source catching solutions
OSOM - Open source catching solutions
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OSOM - Open source catching solutions
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OSOM - Open source catching solutions

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OSOM - Open Source Open Mind Conference 2010 www.osom.ro

OSOM - Open Source Open Mind Conference 2010 www.osom.ro

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  • 1. Introduction Many applications fail to be efficient due to: a huge number of unnecessary database calls, network traffic between the application itself and the database server, retrieving and loading the same resources from different servers or third party applications.
  • 2. How the cache works?
  • 3. Open source caching solutions • OSCache • JBoss Cache • Java Caching System • EhCache • Open Terracotta • SwarmCache • Jofti • indeXus.Net Shared Cache (.NET) • GlynnTucker.Cache (.NET)
  • 4. EhCache “Ehcache is an open source, standards-based cache used to boost performance, offload the database and simplify scalability. Ehcache is robust, proven and full-featured and this has made it the most widely-used Java-based cache. It can scale from in-process with one or more nodes through to a mixed in-process/out-of-process configuration with terabyte-sized caches.”
  • 5. EhCache The main key features are: - Fast and Light Weight - Scalable - Flexible - Support cache-wide or Element-based expiry policies - Provides LRU, LFU and FIFO cache eviction policies - Standards Based - Extensible - Application Persistence - Supports Listeners - JMX Enabled - Distributed - Support for replication via RMI, JGroups, JMS or Terracotta - Java EE and Applied Caching - High Quality
  • 6. Contact:Laurentiu Ciovica : laurentiu.ciovica@omeron.coLiviu Ciovica : liviu.ciovica@omeron.co

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