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Caching is the process of storing the data that’s frequently used so that data can be served faster for any future requests. Suppose we have a very lightweight process which talks to another server whose data is not going to change frequently; “Our service” and “Users Service” (which returns an array of users) respectively.
Without any caching in place, we would be making multiple requests which will ultimately result in timeouts...
The primary purpose of any caching mechanism is to improve performance of an application. As an ASP.NET developer you are probably aware that ASP.NET web forms as well as ASP.NET MVC could used Cache object to cache application data. This was often called server side data caching and was available as an inbuilt feature of the framework. Although ASP.NET Core doesn't have Cache object as such, you can implement in-memory...
The term microservices portrays a software development style that has grown from contemporary trends to set up practices that are meant to increase the speed and efficiency of developing and managing software solutions at scale. Microservices is more about applying a certain number of principles and architectural patterns as architecture. Each microservice lives independently, but on the other hand, also all rely on each other. All microservices in a project...
During this article, we will learn how to work with the microservice architecture patterns and Docker containers using the .NET Core 3 platform to build a distributed system.
Monolithic vs Microservices Architecture
Before talking about Microservices, we need to understand the difference between traditional application approach and microservices application approach.
Any application is built as a collection of services can be developed, tested, versioned, deployed, and scaled.
For Monolithic applications, Scales is done by...