Posts Tagged ‘Redis’

Using Caching Technology to Boost eCommerce Business

Caching is technology that enhances the performance of websites—making them load faster when compared to a traditional server without caching. When used correctly and as per application need, caching can reduce the load on the server, which results in lower server resource consumption. Some Background on the Need for Caching RAM is an important aspect […]

Sitecore 8.2u1 Azure Resource Manager Templates

The Sitecore and Microsoft worlds have been abuzz lately with the latest iteration of Sitecore’s Experience Platform product – version 8.2 Update 1. The big feature update with Update 1 is full support for Azure Resource Manager support for the Sitecore platform. Deploying Sitecore on Azure has actually been available since version 6.3 with the Sitecore […]

Most Common NoSQL Databases

Key-value pair NoSQL databases Most basic type of NoSQL database Two main concepts are Keys and Values Keys are nothing but identifiers through which you can refer values Values are values corresponding to a key Values can be like string, blob, image etc. Some database support buckets to provide separate placeholder to logically separate data. […]

How Microsoft is embracing open source

When I recently researched different caching options in Microsoft Azure, I ran across the following article on MSDN: Which Azure Cache offering is right for me? This article almost shocked me because it was unapologetically advising all new developments to use Redis cache over other Microsoft-developed Azure caching services. Just think about that for a moment: Microsoft […]