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Postpone hardware upgrade by employing CSQL Cache September 27, 2009

Posted by Prabakaran Thirumalai in csqlcache.
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With the speed of business increasing, and the volume of information that enterprises must process growing as well, businesses in many industry domains transition to real time data management in order to stay competitive.

Though there is huge demand for speed, enterprises are reluctant to migrate their applications, as they do not want to give up the existing database systems they are using for many years that are proven stable in their environment. By employing caching for frequently accessed tables at the application tier, application can reduce load on the backend databases and reduce network calls, resulting in very high throughput.

Enterprises shall postpone hardware upgrade (more processors or more machines replicating data) for data management by 20 to 30 times by employing transparent caching for their existing database.

CSQL Cache is generic database caching platform to cache frequently accessed tables from your existing open source or commercial database management system (Oracle, DB2, Sybase, MySQL, Postgres, etc) close to application tier. It uses the fastest Main Memory Database (CSQL
MMDB) designed for high performance and high volume data computing to cache the table and enables real time applications to provide faster and predictive response time with high throughput.

One of the main advantage of CSQL over other caching mechanism is that the caching is transparent to the application and CSQL allows updates on the cached data which are automatically propagated to the actual database. It also allows application to cache partial records or partial fields from the actual table.

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