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NCache 3.1 provides cache synchronization with database

Alachisoft has released NCache 3.1, a high performance distributed object cache for for mission critical .NET and Java applications with real-time data access needs. Reduce expensive database trips by caching data close to your application. Use a distributed cache in a multi server environment from web, N-Tier, or distributed/grid applications.

NCache now provides full support for synchronizing your distributed cache with your database. NCache uses .NET events for synchronization with SQL Server 2005 and polling for SQL Server 2000, Oracle, Sybase, and all other databases accessible through OLEDB.

For SQL Server 2005, whenever data changes in the database, SQL Server fires a .NET event and NCache catches it and then either removes the corresponding item from the cache or reloads it from the database.

And, for other databases, NCache polls a specific table in the database where your modified triggers update information about data changes. Then, if any cached item has been changed in the database, NCache detects it through polling and either removes it from the cache or reloads it from the database.

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