Caching for Microservices Architectures: Session II - Caching Patterns

June 29, 2017
In the first webinar of the series we covered the importance of caching in microservice-based application architectures—in addition to improving performance it also aids in making content available from legacy systems, promotes loose coupling and team autonomy, and provides air gaps that can limit failures from cascading through a system. To reap these benefits, though, the right caching patterns must be employed. In this webinar, we will examine various caching patterns and shed light on how they deliver the capabilities needed by our microservices. What about rapidly changing data, and concurrent updates to data? What impact do these and other factors have to various use cases and patterns? Understanding data access patterns, covered in this webinar, will help you make the right decisions for each use case. Beyond the simplest of use cases, caching can be tricky business—join us for this webinar to see how best to use them. Jagdish Mirani, Cornelia Davis, Michael Stolz, Pulkit Chandra, Pivotal
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