Amazon ‘ElastiCache’ promises to boost web app performance
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Amazon ‘ElastiCache’ promises to boost web app performance

Amazon ‘ElastiCache’ promises to boost web app performanceAmazon Web Providers this morning made a brand new pitch for operating web apps on its cloud computing platform, introducing a characteristic known as ElastiCache that promises to enhance the performance of web apps equivalent to social networks, video games and media-sharing websites.

In primary phrases, the system makes use of server infrastructure extra effectively to assist web apps hold key bits of knowledge in reminiscence, for sooner entry than retrieving them from a disk-based database.

See the Amazon Web Providers weblog for all the under-the-hood details.

ElastiCache “solutions probably the most extremely requested functionalities of AWS clients by offering a managed, versatile and resilient caching service within the cloud,” says Raju Gulabani, Amazon’s VP of knowledge providers, in the news release announcing the service.

Random factoid: ElastiCache makes use of the Memcached protocol, developed in 2003 for LiveJournal by the social community’s founder, College of Washington laptop science alum Brad Fitzpatrick.

Amazon competes with corporations together with Microsoft and Google on this space of cloud computing — providing providers that permit different companies run packages in distant information facilities with out sustaining and managing the infrastructure themselves.

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