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Cacheonix Announces Java Web Cache

Cacheonix, the open-source Java cache, today announced Cacheonix Java Web Cache, available as a part of Cacheonix 2.2 release.

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Cacheonix, the open-source Java cache, today announced Cacheonix Java Web Cache, available as a part of Cacheonix 2.2 release. Cacheonix Java Web Cache allows developers to scale web applications horizontally by eliminating the database bottleneck, by serving frequently accessed pages from memory.

Developed by a global community, Cacheonix is an open-source Java cache that helps developers build scalable applications by eliminating scalability bottlenecks. Cacheonix eliminates scalability bottlenecks by serving frequently used data such as front-end pages, business data, and database objects from memory of a highly concurrent local cache and a strictly consistent distributed cache.

Notable enhancements to Cacheonix 2.2 include:

  • Caching web requests using Servlet Filter API

  • Automatic gzip compression of responses

  • Automatic client cache headers

A complete list of Cacheonix 2.2 features is available on the Cacheonix web cache page http://wiki.cacheonix.org/display/CCHNX20/Cacheonix+Web+Cache

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About Cacheonix

Cacheonix is an open-source Java cache that helps developers scale their applications horizontally by serving frequently used application data from a highly concurrent local cache and a strictly consistent distributed cache.

Cacheonix supports caching on the web tier through the Cacheonix web cache filter, business tier caching using a regular Java cache API and persistence tier caching with the Cacheonix Hibernate cache plugin.

You can reach Cacheonix  by visiting http://www.cacheonix.org.

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