Playing with "Velocity" Distributed Caching

19 בנובמבר 2008

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Hi,


I decided to take a look and play with MS "Velocity" Distributed Caching. “Velocity” is a distributed in-memory application cache platform for developing scalable, available, and high-performance applications. “Velocity” fuses memory across multiple computers to give a single unified cache view to applications. Applications can store any serializable CLR object without worrying about where the object gets stored.


Well I download the latest version CTP2 install it on 2 computers and it works very nice. Velocity supports the common cache types: partitioned cache, replicated cache and local cache. Depending on the type of data, applications can choose the appropriate type of cache.


On this version there are: Performance improvements, PowerShell integration, Additional Configuration Store options and native 64 bit support. Of course there is the ASP.NET Session State Provider that is very cool feature.


Presentations and Videos: "Velocity": A First Look, "Velocity": Under the Hood


You can read a lot more here.


 

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  1. Kevin Clark4 במאי 2009 ב 14:44

    Hi Rotem,

    Although now that Velocity CTP-3 has been released which much more features, it still needs industry acknowledgment to go into production. While Alachisoft's NCache is a much more mature and tested .NET <a href="http://www.alachisoft.com">Distributed Cache</a> available in the market and with their Free Distributed Cache called NCache Express they are sure to be way ahead of Velocity for a long time to come.

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