Leveraging Caching For Cloud Native Applications


Duration: 50 mins
Mark Richards
Founder, DeveloperToArchitect.com

Most people think caching is only used to increase responsiveness and performance. However, it can be leveraged for much more than that. In this session Mark Richards describes various caching strategies and patterns that you can use in cloud-native applications to not only significantly increase performance, but to also manage data sharing between services and data synchronization between cloud-based services and on-prem systems and databases.

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