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  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Notifications

    A notification system allows the cache to interact with external applications. This attribute can be useful on scenarios where certain activities, for example workflows, need to know the state of an item. Capability Description Weight Cache item notification...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Integrity

    Data expiration contains elements that make the cache allocation more efficient. The feature removes items that are not current from the cache, freeing the memory and the resources associated. Capability Description Weight Transaction support ...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Expiration

    Data expiration contains elements that makes the cache allocation more efficient. The feature removes items that are not current from the cache, freeing the memory and the resources associated. The capabilities list looks like this: Capability Description Weight ...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Organization

    Here is the third installment, this time focusing on the data organization. Capability Description Weight Cache Groups This capability allows caches to be partitioned in groups; this allows cache subdivision that can help the designers to organize...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Manipulation

    This is the second entry, data manipulation. Each one of them have a description and a generic guideline based on the experience of our implementations. I have added a weight, may look arbitrary but is based on the average importance on our projects. Capability Description ...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Storage

    In this first installment we are going to share the data storage attribute and its capabilities. Each one of them have a description and a generic guideline based on the experience of our implementations. I have added a weight, may look arbitrary but is based on the average importance on our projects...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities guideline

    In this series, I am going to publish a series of guidelines that can be used when selecting a distributed cache technology. The series will be divided in the main caching attributes, each of them containing a list of capabilities. The main categories that I will present are the following ones: Data...
  • Blog Post: Working with memory mapped files in .NET 4

    I have been exploring different new features that come with the .NET 4, beyond the most popular ones like dynamic types and covariance; I was interested in performance enhancements. For this reason I am going to publish a couple of blog entries were I explore these different features. Memory mapped...
  • Blog Post: Design: Ephemeral cache explored

    Many of .net developers are familiar with the ephemeral model included in the garbage collector. The idea of using generations in order to manage the lifespan of the objects is extremely helpful when you need to control the life of an object. Incidentally, this is applicable to custom cache models where...
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