Configuration Settings (Velocity)
[This topic is pre-release documentation and is subject to change in future releases. Blank topics are included as placeholders.]
Microsoft project code named "Velocity" offers many configuration options for your distributed cache system. The configuration settings for the cache client, cache host, cache cluster, and the cache itself determine how your application and the distributed cache system will behave. In addition to the many configuration settings available, you may also choose how to specify those settings.
We highly recommend that you secure the XML-based application configuration files used to specify the cache client. Data in the cache is not encrypted and is available to any cache client with the appropriate configuration settings.
The following topics discuss these settings for each part of the cache architecture that they configure. When applicable, tables are provided to describe the various ways you can specify those configuration settings.
Describes the configuration settings available to your cache client application and shows how they can be implemented.
Describes some of the configuration settings on the cache host and shows how they are implemented.
Describes the configuration settings available to the cache cluster and shows how they can be implemented.
Describes the log configuration settings available to your cache client and cache host and shows how they can be implemented.
Installation and Deployment (Velocity)
Configuring the Cache Cluster (Velocity)
Configuring the Cache Client with XML (Velocity)
Using Configuration Methods (Velocity)
Cache Concepts (Velocity)
Programming Guide (Velocity)