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Caching Solutions in Java

Sep 24, 2007, 10:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Aleksey Shevchenko)

"Data caching is a very important consideration for J2EE applications. Data caching limits the number of remote invocations in distributed applications and improves performance of web applications by reducing the number of calls to the persistent data stores. Even though caching improves performance and makes your architecture work, it can, in fact, complicate design and introduce such complexities as concurrent code and cluster-wide synchronization.

"Once it has been decided that data caching is an integral part of the architecture, choosing the right caching solution can prove to be difficult. There is always an option to implement a caching solution from scratch. This approach can have its advantages, but will inevitably affect the project's cost and timeline. Another solution is to choose one of the open-source caching products..."

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