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Inside ColdFusion™ MX by Robi Sen, Neil Ross, John Cummings

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Chapter 18. Enhancing Application Performance with Caching

Assuming that the launch of your application is successful, you’ll see traffic patterns increase over time. The more that people attempt to use your application concurrently, the more likely you are to become concerned with the overall performance of that application.

There are many ways in which you can enhance the performance of an application after it’s built. You can always revisit the hardware specifications, add members to a cluster, and conduct performance testing and analysis on your code to reduce bottlenecks.

Still, one of the cheapest, quickest, and most painless ways to immediately improve your application performance is also one of the most overlooked—caching. Caching is an ...

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