Introducing Application Cache Client Java SDK for Oracle Cloud by: Shaun Smith

Posted: November 19, 2017 in Cloud, WebLogic
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The Oracle Application Container Cloud (ACCS)‘s Application Cache provides (as the name implies) caching for applications! As Mike Lehmann explained in Caching with Oracle Application Container Cloud, you simply specify the amount of memory you want to cache and whether you just need basic non-HA cache for dev/test or reliable caching for production and the appropriate infrastructure is automatically provisioned.

Under the Hood

The ACCS Application Cache is built on the highly performant and scalable Oracle Coherence in-memory data grid that’s been powering trading and other memory and time sensitive applications for years. In the ACCS Application Cache, the underlying Coherence implementation is not exposed but if you need an in-memory data grid cloud service don’t worry, Oracle is working on exactly that. In the meantime, the Coherence team continues to innovate. Read the complete article here.

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