Cache Concepts (Velocity)

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This section provides background information about how Microsoft project code named "Velocity" works. The following topics describe the fundamentals of what "Velocity" is and how you can use it.

Topic Description

General Concept Models (Velocity)

Presents several models used to describe various aspects of the product.

Cache Clients and Local Cache (Velocity)

Describes the cache client options available.

Concurrency Models (Velocity)

Describes the concurrency models that are supported by "Velocity."

Expiration and Eviction (Velocity)

Describes eviction and how cached objects expire from cache.

High Availability (Velocity)

Describes how the high availability feature supports continuous availability of cached data.

Cache Notifications (Velocity)

Provides an overview of cache notifications, including cache operations and notification scope.

Lead Hosts and Cluster Management (Velocity)

Describes lead hosts and the cache cluster management role.

TCP/IP Communications (Velocity)

Describes the TCP/IP ports that "Velocity" communicates with: the cache port, cluster port, and arbitration port.

Data Classification (Velocity)

Describes the types of data most appropriate for storing in a distributed cache.

See Also

Other Resources

Programming Guide (Velocity)
Administration Guide (Velocity)