Satisfying Increasing Performance Requirements with Caching at the Application Level

IEEE Software, pp. 0-0, 2020.

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Application-level caching is a form of caching that has been increasingly adopted to satisfy performance and throughput requirements. The key idea is to store the results of a computation, to improve performance by reusing instead of recomputing those results. However, despite its provided gains, this form of caching imposes new design,...More

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