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Posts Tagged ‘ASP.NET Cache Bottlenecks’

Welcome readers!

As stated in my last post, I will highlight the various ASP.NET Cache limitations that make it a less than ideal choice for employment in case of web farms.

Let’s try and hack out an intro for ASP.NET Cache in light of what we learned in the last post. The words highlighted in blue have been explained in my previous piece(s). (more…)

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Dear readers,

Before we immerse ourselves into thoughts of ASP.NET Cache limitations, let’s explain worker processes, web gardens and web farms in a little more detail so that we can understand the issues of synchronization, speed, reliability and scalability in the context of caching. Doing so would not only help us realize the drawbacks that ASP.NET Cache entails but it will also make it possible for us to outline the situations in which one should contemplate using it or looking for alternative solutions. (more…)

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