As technology is progressing, end users’ expectations change from just availability of online content, towards easy and quick access of resources. In order to maintain a web portal’s usage, page load time and first byte response time has to be minimal, which becomes a challenge given the heavy server dependency and presentation layer issues. A cache engine can provide a solution to this problem which primarily stores the previously accessed content locally and serves it the next time which speeds up access to data and reduces demand on an enterprise’s bandwidth. Cache servers also allow users to access content offline, including rich media files or other documents. Caching thus essentially takes load off database enabling your web application server to serve content much faster.
When looking for high performance, cache engines and caching architecture is a start which can be then followed up / utilised along with database replications and reverse proxy implementations. As there are many options available for accomplishing one aim, you require expert advice to decide your caching and performance strategy including choice of caching technology for your application. Whether in memory caching is better or on disk caching would be better along with caching syncing across multiple data stores and such decisions can = be best implemented while working closely with our expertise.