Caching web requests on Tomcat, Jetty and JBoss

Posted: May 31st, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Java web cache

We come to developing Cacheonix web cache after having to ask ops for adding caching to Apache/Ngnx and never getting it. It was time to take matters back to dev hands. We wanted a zero-effort, ideally zero-conf, cache for the content generated by web apps. That’s how Cacheonix web cache came to be. All you need to do is to add Cacheonix to your project:


and then add Cacheonix filter to web.xml and you are all set:




Zero-conf set up caches the request, automatically generates client cache headers If-Modified-Since and uses gzip compression if the client supports gzip compression.

Check out the docs for in-depth background and advanced configuration:

Let us know what you think.

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