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DEFINITION: A cache (pronounced CASH) is a place to store something temporarily. The files you automatically request by looking at a Web page are stored on your hard disk in a cache subdirectory under the directory for your browser (for example, Internet Explorer). When you return to a page you've recently looked at, the browser can get it from the cache rather than the original server, saving you time and  … 
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Increase Application Performance Up To 5X With Adaptec MaxIQ™ SSD Cache Performance Solution
sponsored by Adaptec, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: The benefits of MaxIQ are illustrated by comparing the performance levels between an Adaptec Series 5 storage controller with MaxIQ SSD caching, and an Adaptec Series 5 storage controller without MaxIQ. The tests are performed using industry standard performance tools and/or validation via real world web server application testing.
Posted: 15 Feb 2010 | Published: 11 Feb 2010

Adaptec, Inc.

BranchCache in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Overview
sponsored by Microsoft Corporation India Pvt Ltd
WHITE PAPER: This document provides an overview of BranchCache, explains the different modes in which BranchCache operates, and describes how BranchCache is configured. The paper also explains how BranchCache works with Web servers and file servers and the steps BranchCache takes to determine that the content is up-to-date.
Posted: 17 Dec 2009 | Published: 14 Apr 2009

Microsoft Corporation India Pvt Ltd

Adaptec Zero-Maintenance Cache Protection
sponsored by Adaptec, Inc.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW: Adaptec Series 5Z RAID controllers with Zero-Maintenance Cache Protection (ZMCP - pronounced “zemcap”) provide maximum protection for cached data and eliminate the substantial costs and environmental impact of complex, messy and expensive Lithium Ion batteries, while improving cache protection and cache performance.
Posted: 04 Nov 2009 | Published: 04 Nov 2009

Adaptec, Inc.

Increase Application Performance Up To 5X With Adaptec MaxIQ™ SSD Cache Performance Solution
sponsored by Adaptec, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Today’s data centers and cloud computing environments require increased I/O performance to support large-scale applications such as databases, web servers, e-commerce applications, file servers, and email. This whitepaper focuses on the performance benefits of using the Adaptec MaxIQ™ SSD Cache Performance Solution.
Posted: 02 Nov 2009 | Published: 28 Oct 2009

Adaptec, Inc.

Breaking the Scalability Barrier with Infinite Cache
sponsored by EnterpriseDB Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Infinite Cache™ from EnterpriseDB revolutionizes distributed cache management on commodity blade server hardware by substantially increasing the amount of memory available to hold data including entire databases with outstanding performance.
Posted: 23 Sep 2009 | Published: 22 Sep 2009

EnterpriseDB Corporation

Oracle Real Application Clusters in Oracle VM Environments
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: This white paper explains how to run sophisticated or highly-available applications in virtualized environments by creating a software-based virtualization infrastructure that offers high availability and grid readiness.
Posted: 17 Dec 2008 | Published: 17 Dec 2008

Oracle Corporation

MD3000 and MD3000i: Array Tuning Best Practices
sponsored by Dell, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This white paper provides an overall approach to tuning I/O performance and also provides specific guidelines for using the storage array tuning controls.
Posted: 17 Sep 2008 | Published: 16 Sep 2008

Dell, Inc.
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CACHE DEFINITION (continued): …  the network the burden of some additional traffic. You can usually vary the size of your cache, depending on your particular browser.Computers include caches at several levels of operation, including cache memory and a disk cache. Caching can also be implemented for Internet content by distributing it to multiple servers that are periodically refreshed. (The use of the term in this context is closely related to the general concept of a distributed information base.)Altogether, we are aware of these types of caches:International, national, regional, organizational and other "macro" caches to … 
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