ASP.NET is a popular technology for developing web applications. And, now its latest version ASP.NET Core, is fast gaining popularity and many organizations are anxious to move their web apps to ASP.NET Core.
If you try to handle larger transaction loads in ASP.NET Core applications, with greater numbers of users, you will face scalability bottlenecks. And, unless you architect your ASP.NET Core applications correctly and take advantage of distributed caching, you cannot get around these bottlenecks.
Learn how to remove scalability bottlenecks and scale your ASP.NET Core applications using distributed caching. This talk covers:
Quick overview of scalability bottlenecks in ASP.NET Core applications
Description of distributed caching and how it solves scalability issues
Where you can use distributed caching in your ASP.NET Core apps
Some important distributed caching features to incorporate into your applications
Hands-on examples using NCache as the distributed cache
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How to Scale ASP.NET Core Apps with Distributed Caching
Iqbal Khan is the founder, President and Technology Evangelist at Alachisoft, makers of NCache the market leading .NET distributed cache product. He is a frequent speaker at events including DevWeek London and TechDays France 2015. He has written for MSDN magazine, CodeProject and Visual Studio Magazine.