Caching Data in a Distributed System

A free white paper by Shaw Systems Associates, Inc.

Cached data is data that is proactively stored in working memory. This is usually done to speed up processing of individual system requests. An example of this data may be a list of states in the USA, a list of web pages in the application, or a list of valid account status code.

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