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Wraz z rozwojem aplikacji oraz zwiększaniem się liczby użytkowników, stajemy przed coraz większymi problem związanymi z wydajnością. Szczególnie istotne jest to w momencie, gdy na przykład ruch na stronie jest na tyle duży, że serwer, z którego korzystamy jest wykorzystywany w 100%. Jednym z sposobów, który w miarę szybko daje spore efekty, jest dodanie mechanizmu cachowania często używanych danych. W tym wpisie pokaże Ci bibliotekę CacheManager (https://github...

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Jak cachować dane w .NET? Kilka słów o CacheManager oraz Redis - Blog Daniela Plawgo

Narzędzia 107 dni, 16 godzin, 59 minut temu danielplawgo 215 rozwiń

ASP.NET Core comes with out-of-the-box support for server side in-memory response caching. This post shows how to replace in-memory approach with Redis and address durability and load balancing.

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[EN] Redis backed response caching in ASP.NET Core

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This post shows how Redis can be used to solve the problem of SSE or WebSockets broadcasting for ASP.NET Core applications behind load balancer.

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[EN] Server-Sent Events (or WebSockets) broadcasting in load balancing scenario with Redis

Web 441 dni, 19 godzin, 35 minut temu tpeczek 47 rozwiń

So, currently I’m working on a brand-new project involving variety of services being run on Service Fabric cluster in Azure. I’ve never had anything to do with Service Fabric (except for one, short hackathon) before, nor have any of my team mates. For the last couple of weeks, we’ve been struggling to make good architectural choices for the platform we’re still learning about. For the last few days we were working on a service that on certain triggers will populate Redis cache with certain sets of valu...

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Service Fabric services done right — CodeSenpai

Cloud 501 dni, 16 godzin, 48 minut temu codesenpai 59 rozwiń

In this article, I’d like to guide you through the development process of the simple application named Depot. It was created for my presentation about using .NET Core in practice, which is a part of .NET Core Tour. The overall journey will last 10 steps, so get ready.

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Depot – building ASP.NET Core distributed application | Piotr Gankiewicz

Programowanie rozproszone 577 dni, 18 godzin, 3 minuty temu spetz 68 rozwiń

Reading time ~10 minutes This article is Part 2 in a 2-Part Series. Part 1 - What is the simplest database?Part 2 - This Article The previous post laid out the most minimum requirements for something to be called a database. While they may be too bare bones for many, there are a lot of databases that don’t fulfill even half of them, and this isn’t stopping from using them on a daily basis. The last time I’ve looked at files, this time something a bit more complex - key-value databases. The idea be...

Want unlimited scale and performance? This is where to start – IndexOutOfRange

Architektura 622 dni, 17 godzin, 58 minut temu maklipsa 43 rozwiń

In today’s post, I’ll briefly describe one of the most recent watchers responsible for the Redis monitoring. Of course, it is a part of the Warden project, therefore, all of the features such as hooks and integrations are available. Let’s not waste anymore time and start with the code examples.

[EN] Redis monitoring with Warden | Piotr Gankiewicz

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