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NGINX [Engine-X] is an HTTP(S) server, HTTP(S) reverse proxy and IMAP/POP3 proxy server written by Igor Sysoev. It has been running on many heavily loaded sites, including Facebook, Zappos, Groupon, LivingSocial, Hulu, TechCrunch, Dropbox, Tumblr and WordPress.
Ehcache is a widely used java distributed cache for general purpose caching, J2EE and light-weight containers. It features memory and disk stores, replicate by copy and invalidate, listeners, a gzip caching servlet filter and much more... Ehcache is available under an Apache open source ... [More]
XCache is a open-source opcode cacher, which means that it accelerates the performance of PHP on servers. It optimizes performance by removing the compilation time of PHP scripts by caching the compiled state of PHP scripts into the shm (RAM) and uses the compiled version straight from the RAM. This ... [More]
eAccelerator is a further development of the mmcache PHP accelerator and encoder. It increases the performance of PHP scripts by caching them in a compiled state, so that the overhead of compiling is almost completely eliminated.
Terracotta provides clustering for Java applications. Features include: - High level replication - Cross JVM coordination - Large virtual heaps - Fine-grained changes - Runtime management and control - No serialization
JBoss Cache is a product designed to cache frequently accessed Java objects in order to dramatically improve the performance of applications. By eliminating unnecessary database access, JBoss Cache decreases network traffic and increases the scalability of applications. In addition, JBoss Cache ... [More]
Infinispan is an open source, JVM based data grid platform. Infinispan is a high performance, distributed and highly concurrent data structure. Also supports JTA transactions, eviction, and passivation/overflow to external storage.
unburden-home-dir allows users to move cache files from browsers, etc. off their home directory, i.e. on a local harddisk or tmpfs and replace them with a symbolic link to the new location (e.g. on /tmp/ or /scratch/) upon login. Optionally the contents of the directories and files can be removed ... [More]