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Tag: caching

Caching for performance with Amazon DocumentDB and Amazon ElastiCache

In tech, caching is ubiquitous. CPUs use L1, L2, and L3 caches, and mobile phones cache app data locally. Streaming services cache content on the edge, browsers cache images, and more. The same is true for databases. Imagine if, on a gaming site, every time a leaderboard was displayed, a query had to do a […]

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Automated query caching into Amazon ElastiCache for Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora and Amazon Redshift

This is a guest blog post by Erik Brandsberg, CTO at Heimdall Data, in partnership with AWS Technical Evangelist Darin Briskman. Heimdall Data is an AWS Advanced Technology partner who in their own words “offers a database proxy on the AWS Marketplace that supports SQL query caching into Amazon ElastiCache for Redis without code changes. […]

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Boosting application performance and reducing costs with Amazon ElastiCache for Redis

Contributed by Senior Software Development Engineer, Shawn Wang, Software Development Engineer, Maddy Olson, and Senior Manager, Software Engineering, Itay Maoz. Amazon ElastiCache for Redis helps customers achieve extreme performance with very low latencies at cloud scale and minimal management costs. Redis’s high performance, simplicity, and support for diverse data structures have made it the most […]

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Caching Hudl’s News Feed with Amazon ElastiCache for Redis

Darin Briskman (@briskmad) is a developer evangelist for Amazon Web Services. We hope you enjoy this guest post from Joel Hensley, Engineering Director for the Community Tribe at Hudl, a leading software company that is revolutionizing the way coaches and athletes prepare for and stay ahead of the competition. You can reach Joel @fusbal. Hudl […]

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