App Fabric cache Issue – Local Cache items are evicted using IIS

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Local Cache One of the best features of app fabric cache is Local cache(near cache). The local cache is “in process” (in memory) cache of items that was recently used. The great thing is how items in this cache are invalidate. The local cache has two methods: Timeout base – trivial Notification base – meaning each time interval (default is 300 ms) the local cache will get a list of modification made on items from the distributed cache and invalidate only those who changed. (Note: the notification should be enable in the named cache side) The notification method is pretty awesome because it...

AppFabric Caching Service Using SSL

Friday, February 1, 2013

I really like AppFabric distributed cache (previously called Velocity). It’s so simple to use and it has really strong features like notification based local cache. It basically has two versions, one is targeting for on premise and one is for the cloud (Azure). The API is similar which makes it very easy to move your application in later phases to the cloud. But back to my customer which security was a strong requirement because of the nature of his system which I won’t mention here but I’m sure you get the idea. His security requirements are that all connection...
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