Implementation and Performance of a Dynamic-Content based Cache for a Backend Database Server

L. Ismail (UAE)


Database, Distributed systems, scalability, performance, dynamic-content cache, semantic web, staged-event-driven architecture (SEDA)


Nowadays web database applications are used by a large audience due to the public use of the Internet. Consequently, backend database servers are overloaded, thus resulting in a response time increase for their users. In addition, these applications are characterized by their rapidly changing dynamic contents. Therefore, a dynamic content based cache is needed to increase the performance of the backend database servers. This paper reports on our implementation and performance evaluation experiments of a dynamic-content based database cache to scale a backend database server. Our experiments and performance evaluation show the advantages of a dynamic-content cache for database applications.

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