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New White Paper: Storage Caching Solutions

New White Paper: Storage Caching Solutions

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The second of a series of technical briefs, this one covering caching solutions is now available online.  As ever, this is free to download and distribute as an entire document.  The editorial schedule (which is currently a little behind) is available here – Architecting.IT Editorial Schedule.  White papers are also distributed via email, so be sure to subscribe for regular updates.

Here’s a link to the latest paper.

 

pdficon_largeTechnical Brief: Storage Caching Solutions

 

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About Chris M Evans

Chris M Evans has worked in the technology industry since 1987, starting as a systems programmer on the IBM mainframe platform, while retaining an interest in storage. After working abroad, he co-founded an Internet-based music distribution company during the .com era, returning to consultancy in the new millennium. In 2009 Chris co-founded Langton Blue Ltd (www.langtonblue.com), a boutique consultancy firm focused on delivering business benefit through efficient technology deployments. Chris writes a popular blog at http://blog.architecting.it, attends many conferences and invitation-only events and can be found providing regular industry contributions through Twitter (@chrismevans) and other social media outlets.
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  • Andrew Harrison

    Chris you have missed caching in the Network.

    Many WAN OP platforms provide caching in the network, this is generally a de-duped compressed cache which is used a acknowledge network requests from the local cache rather than having to complete the transfer over the wire. WAN OP is widely used for HTTP etc but it is also used for SRDF/A Oracle DataGuard etc to reduce network traffic but also to reduce effective latency.

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