March 12, 2014

This is Not Your Father's Cache


Enterprises have long been battling the inherent performance limitations of Wide Area Networks (WANs) when delivering applications to remote offices. Caching emerged in the 1990's as a potential way of addressing this problem, accelerating the performance of specific applications, such as web services, while reducing overall WAN traffic.

While caching achieved reasonable success for a few short years, the market for these point products ultimately subsided as a result of several operational and functional limitations. This white paper looks at alternatives, exploring the fundamental differences between network memory and application caching.

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