Thursday, December 17th, 2009

On Tuesday I focused mainly on memcached and PHP, but today I'll take a wider look at cacheing architectures in general. The main question about defining a cache architecture is to decide where to locate the caching component: [1] Status quo, the three-tier architecture In theory, the commonly accepted standard architecture of a software product […]

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Caching is probably the most important technique you should use in nowadays web sites or web application. Sure, scaling your hardware is still the final answer to all your load problems, but with some kind of caching your application will scale far better rather than without. Currently my favorite caching tool is memcached. It's a […]

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

»...just as soon as we are sure what is normal anyway. Thank you.« (HHGTTG) The last few weeks were a little quiet here in this blog. I had to do some urgent programming for the next release of our Web Stack and last week I had the great pleasure to talk about web application development […]

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