15 Reasons to use a Distributed Application Cache

15 Reasons to use a Distributed Application Cache

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A cache's main purpose is to reduce the time needed to access data stored outside of the application's main memory space. The distributed cache is a widely-adopted design pattern for building robust and scalable applications.

Your organization needs to continuously improve its speed to keep up in today's marketplace. Discover 15 ways to improve data access time like:

  • Support for arbitrary data
  • Intelligent caching
  • Atomicity of operations and transactions

Author

Michael Hawksworth President and CEO, MSS Technologies, Inc. Michael Hawksworth brings over 28 years of experience providing clients with information systems consulting services as the Chief Executive Officer at MSS Technologies, Inc. He was co-founder and President of Micon, Inc., started in 1986. Micon, Inc. provided information systems services to the electric and gas utility industry. Under his direction, Micon, Inc. grew to an Inc. 500 company in 1991. MSS Technologies was spun-off from Micon in June 1992 with Mr. Hawksworth as President, becoming an independent and separate entity focused on providing cost effective business application solutions, including ERP implementations, to mid-market companies. Michael started his information systems consulting career with Arthur Andersen & Co.’s Management Information Consulting Division, now Accenture, after receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Arizona State University in 1979.
Vendor:
IFS
Posted:
04 Feb 2008
Published:
01 Mar 2016
Format:
PDF
Length:
9 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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