High availability - application layer, Computer Networking

High Availability

Oracle web  cache supports  content  aware  load  balancing  and fail  over  detection. The  features ensure that cache messes are directed to the most  available highest performing web server in the  cluster. Moreover a patent pending capacity  heuristic guarantee performance  and provides  surge  protection  when application web server load increase .

 

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