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Old 11-21-2008, 08:35 PM
Torsten Werner
 
Default Bug#506478: ITP: libjboss-cache2-java -- cache frequently accessed Java objects

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Torsten Werner <twerner@debian.org>

* Package name : libjboss-cache2-java
Version : 2.2.1.GA-1
Upstream Author : JBoss Inc.
* URL : http://labs.jboss.com/jbosscache/
* License : LGPL
Programming Lang: Java
Description : cache frequently accessed Java objects
JBoss Cache is a product designed to cache frequently accessed Java
objects in order to dramatically improve the performance of e-business
applications. By eliminating unnecessary database access, JBoss Cache
decreases network traffic and increases the scalability of
applications.
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But JBoss Cache is much more than a simple cache. JBoss Cache provides
fully transactional features as well as a highly configurable set of
options to deal with concurrent data access in the most efficient
manner possible for your application. In addition, it is a clustered
cache that replicates contents to other cache instances running on
separate JVMs, servers or even entire networks, making JBoss Cache a
highly efficient library used by application server developers to
implement clustering features.
.
JBoss Cache provides two caching APIs to suit your needs. The JBoss
Cache API offers a traditional, tree-structured, node-based cache and
the Pojo Cache API, which builds on the JBoss Cache API, provides the
ability to perform object-based, fine-grained replication of Java
objects, resulting in maximum performance benefits.



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