Using DynaCache to improve the performance of your WebSphere Process Server or WebSphere ESB solution

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Gabriel Telerman

Date archived: May 10, 2017 | First published: December 02, 2009

When developing SCA solutions, you frequently require data that is expensive to fetch or compute. To obtain this information, you may invoke a Web service, connect to a database, perform complex logic, or aggregate data from multiple sources. If this data does not change over time, you can often achieve significant performance gains with appropriate use of caching. This tutorial shows you a simple and effective caching technique, based on a mature product feature, DynaCache, that will help you meet application performance requirements. Additionally, by using DynaCache, the complexities of cache data replication and synchronization between nodes in a network deployment topology are automatically and transparently taken care of by the infrastructure.

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