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Spring Caching abstraction and Google Guava Cache

Spring provides a great out of the box support for caching expensive method calls. The caching abstraction is covered in a great detail here. My objective here is to cover one of the ...
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Simple Spring Memcached – Spring Caching Abstraction and Memcached

Caching remains the one of the most basic performance enhancing mechanism in any read heavy database application. Spring 3.1 release came up with a cool new feature called Cache ...
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Spring 3.1: Caching and EhCache

If you look around the web for examples of using Spring 3.1’s built in caching then you’ll usually bump into Spring’s SimpleCacheManager, which the Guys at ...
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Spring 3.1 Caching and Config

I’ve recently being blogging about Spring 3.1 and its new caching annotations @Cacheable and @CacheEvict. As with all Spring features you need ...
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Spring 3.1 Caching and @CacheEvict

My last blog demonstrated the application of Spring 3.1’s @Cacheable annotation that’s used to mark methods whose return values will be stored in a cache. However, @Cacheable is ...
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Spring 3.1 Caching and @Cacheable

Caches have been around in the software world for long time. They’re one of those really useful things that once you start using them you wonder how on earth you got along without ...
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Spring 3.1 Cache Abstraction Tutorial

One of the new features introduced in the forthcoming Spring 3.1 version is the one of cache abstraction. Spring Framework provides support for transparently adding caching into an ...
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