Faster Apps at the Edge
Accelerating Applications with Geo-distributed & Replicated Cache
How can you power applications at never-before-seen speeds if all the data requests need to go back and forth to the cloud?
The answer - turn to the edge to cache data closer to where it originates and where it’s needed. Geo-distributed cache can support use cases like real-time, dynamic advertising, social media app chat, and sentiment analysis to drive revenue opportunities, and any app with real-time user expectations.
At the edge, caching needs to operate at memory speed while providing multi-model operation, geographic flexibility and regulatory compliance, while reducing costs. What makes Macrometa different is that we also offer global synchronization - with super fast access to cache anywhere in the world.
Let’s examine cache in detail - from the different types and why you need them and explore the benefits of synchronized, replicated edge caching.
Read this white paper to learn:
- The reasons why you should cache from low latency to reducing pressure on backhaul networks
- Data that should be cached like static maps, metadata, and calculations that can be reused
- Different cache types and their differences including local, remote, distributed, and geo-replicated caches
- The requirements for building a real-time, geo-replicated cache
- The components of the Macrometa Global Data Network including in-memory cache, multi-model data stores, streaming, and more