Pivotal recently took the wraps off of Cloud Cache, an in-memory caching platform for cloud-native applications. The firm explains that cloud-native applications receive a flood of concurrent requests from ever-larger numbers of users and applications. Cloud Cache makes use of some of the technology that was already available with its GemFire in-memory data grid. However, with Cloud Cache, that technology is optimized as a service to run in the cloud. Cloud Cache is available in the PCF platform, which supports AWS, Google Cloud, OpenStack and Microsoft Azure.
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