Project Cacheonix today announced Java Web Cache available as a part of Cacheonix 2.2 release. Java Web Cache allows developers to scale web applications horizontally by eliminating the database bottleneck, by serving frequently accessed pages from memory.
Developed by a global community, Cacheonix is an Open Source Java cache that helps developers build scalable applications by eliminating scalability bottlenecks. Cacheonix eliminates scalability bottlenecks by serving frequently used data such as front-end pages, business data and database objects from memory of a highly concurrent local cache and a strictly consistent distributed cache.
Notable enhancements to Cacheonix 2.2 include:
- Caching web requests using Servlet Filter API
- Automatic gzip compression of responses
- Automatic client cache headers
A complete list of Cacheonix 2.2 features is available on the Cacheonix web cache page
- Read more about Cacheonix http://www.cacheonix.org/products/cacheonix/index.htm
- Check out Cacheonix source code on GitHub https://github.com/cacheonix/cacheonix-core
- Learn how to add Cacheonix to a Maven project http://wiki.cacheonix.org/display/CCHNX20/Cacheonix+and+Maven+Projects
- Download Cacheonix binaries http://downloads.cacheonix.org
Cacheonix is an Open Source Java cache that helps developers scale their applications horizontally by serving frequently used application data from a highly concurrent local cache and a strictly consistent distributed cache. Cacheonix supports caching on the web tier through the Cacheonix web cache filter, business tier caching using a regular Java cache API and persistence tier caching with the Cacheonix Hibernate cache plugin. You can reach Cacheonix by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting http://www.cacheonix.org.