Why caching and in-memory data grid is no longer an afterthought


Evolution of Caching Technologies In an early stage, caching started with simply putting data into memory (also known as local caching) in the same process node (e.g. application server). Gradually it evolved with externalizing the cache as a separate process node and eventually re-engineered to adopt distributed computing architecture. In the current landscape, most of the caching system architecture uses in-memory data grid technology, which is essentially a part of…

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