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Programming Microsoft® ASP.NET 2.0 Core Reference, 2nd Edition by Dino Esposito

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Chapter 14. ASP.NET Caching

Caching is the system’s or the application’s ability to save frequently used data to an intermediate storage medium. An intermediate storage medium is any support placed between the application and its primary data source that lets you persist and retrieve data more quickly than with the primary data source. In a typical Web scenario, the canonical intermediate storage medium is the Web server’s memory, whereas the data source is the back-end data-management system. Obviously, you can design caching around the requirements and characteristics of each application, thus using as many layers of caching as needed to reach your performance goals. ...

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