Caching Appliances DEFINITION: A computing appliance that stores frequently requested data that alleviates the need to have a browser configured to "know" where the server sits on the network.
The following white paper explores what companies need to do to ensure the performance of web and mobile applications. Uncover how front end acceleration can help achieve the desired speed, which technologies make this goal a reality, and how to apply the front end acceleration to 3 key areas.
Learn how elastic caching solutions in your distributed environment can empower the application performance you need to obtain business agility and thrive against the competition while managing costs.
Using benchmarks and code samples throughout to anchor the discussion, this paper explores how Quercus - Caucho's Java implementation of PHP - can perform faster than the standard Apache-based PHP both in synthetic benchmarks and real-world applications. The results are quite impressive.
Many organizations embark on global multi-million dollar web application deployments only to later discover that their users are unsatisfied with the performance compared to their old client server application. This paper provides alternatives.
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