IDG Contributor Network: How to cache Task objects for improving performance

IDG Contributor Network: How to cache Task objects for improving performance
20-Apr-2017 10:27 INFOWORLD

Caching is a state management strategy that long has been used in applications to store relatively stable and frequently accessed data for faster access. It helps you to boost your application's performance primarily because you can save on the consumption of resources in your system to access the data from the cache. Caching can also make sure that your application gets the data it needs even when the data store is not available.So far so good. Now, we have used data caching many times in our applications for improving the application’s performance. But we can cache Task objects as well!Task caching Task caching is an approach towards caching in which instead of caching the results of the execution of a Task, you cache the Tasks instances themselves. In doing so, you can reduce the overhead of expensive operations each time a new Task instance is started.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here