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Today’s post is a follow-up to the previous articles about caching.
I managed to integrate hybris with Nginx (as a reverse proxy) and memcached (as a storage for the cache). 769 more words
Caching is inevitable for a high-performance, scalable web application. There are different types of caching that have already been implemented in hybris. However, almost every solution requires additional tools and improvements to make hybris more resilient to high traffic or page load time related requirements. 1,010 more words
With the move to virtualisation and especially cloud its very easy to change the specification of your ArcGIS Server – increase cores, memory etc. While updating some tiles on a cache service the other day I noticed the number of caching service instances was set to 3 which was odd considering the AWS instance had 8 cores (originally it was 2 cores). 77 more words
One of the hotly anticipated items in SharePoint 2010’s feature set is the introduction of the Microsoft Office Web Applications, or “Office Web Apps” for short. 2,201 more words