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ASP.NET- Caching tutorials

  • Caching is a technique of storing data in memory which takes time to create. Caching is one of the best features of the ASP.NET.

  • Caching, as a technique for improving system performance, is not a new concept. It has been used successfully in various applications, ranging from relational databases such as Microsoft SQL Server to various operating systems. ASP.NET provides a Web cache to store Web objects.

  • A Web cache is a temporary storage of Web objects, such as HTML documents, for later retrieval. You can specify the cache location to be on the client or on the server.

  • The different locations where caching can be performed are described as follows:

    1. Client: To provide improved performance, client applications (like browsers) perform caching by storing data from the Web in temporary files on the hard drive or system memory of users' computers. However, these caches cannot be shared across multiple users.

    2. Dedicated server: Caching can be performed at the server side so that caches can be shared across multiple users on a network. Most administrators use proxy servers, such as Microsoft Proxy Server, to store frequently used Web pages on the hard disk of the proxy server. The proxy server fulfills all the requests for the Web page without sending out the request to the actual Web server over the Internet, resulting in faster access.

    3. Reverse proxy: Caches can also be placed directly in front of a particular Web server, to reduce the number of requests that they receive. This model allows the proxy server to respond to the frequently received requests and pass the other requests to the Web server. This form of proxying is called a reverse proxy, wherein the proxy server is used by the Web server to speed up request processing. This model is unique in that it caches objects for many clients, but usually from a single server.

Types of Caching in ASP.Net

  • The different types of caching in ASP.Net are such as:

    1. Data Caching:

    2. Output Caching:

    3. Object Caching:

    4. Fragment Caching:


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