Caching as a Best Practice for Microservices-Based Applications

Microservices-based applications have revolutionized the way applications are built by breaking down monolithic applications into smaller, independent services that communicate with each other. This modular approach brings benefits such as scalability, agility, and resilience. A best practice for microservices-based applications is to use in-memory caching to overcome data fragmentation and network latency challenges. This paper covers the advantages of microservices, the need for performance optimization, high availability, and how a cache-based messaging layer facilitates inter-microservice communication. Download this complimentary whitepaper today.

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