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External cache systems generally support standard caching modes, such as write-through, write-back, and read-ahead.
The preliminary results presented by this paper brings the opportunity to further research performance enhancement opportunities by correlating IMDB Cache with other Oracle database tuning techniques, but also to compare and test non-related Oracle caching solutions.
The overwhelming logistical problems of observing the birds in the wild led Balda and his colleagues to begin to study caching in the laboratory in 1977.
today announced the addition of the new Adonis 250 DNS Caching Appliance to its line-up of simple, secure, and affordable networking appliances.
Currently only a handful of companies are doing dynamic edge caching--the majority of caching companies are focused on caching graphics for those pages, include Akamai, CacheFlow, and Inktomi.
AMCC delivers this ability for SATA RAID, allowing the controller to use controller and drive's write caching for best performance while still preventing data loss in the event of a system power failure.
Caching dramatically improves I/O performance in e-commerce applications.
The new release allows organizations to extend the full potential of caching to sophisticated enterprise applications previously served by less flexible first- and second-generation approaches.
Q2 1999) and the use of SSD to multiply application-server performance and scalability ("Disk I/O Performance Scaling: The File Caching Solution" by Michael Casey, www.
BOSTON -- Combination of embedded rules and object caching enables faster response to shifting market needs and allocates data resources for best service levels to high value customers
Write caching is based on another simple principle--it takes a few microseconds to store write data in a controller's cache versus a half dozen milliseconds to store it on disk.