Roundtable on Caching in Spring
An old, tried-and-true way to handle app performance is caching. Caching is so common that it’s commonly taken for granted. Hardware/CPU caches, hibernate caches, object (connection) pooling, all quietly just working. Using the right cache technology, patterns and uses of caching, applied to different tiers of your application or system architecture, can make your Spring Boot apps more consistent, durable, (geo) distributed, redundant and resilient with high throughput and low latency, so they can perform well now and later when demand changes. Come discuss the possibilities with John Blum, our in-house expert on this topic, and share your experience as well.