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Application performance is key to modern systems and everyone needs to achieve more, in a faster and faster timeframe and with greater efficiency. Alot can be achieved through a system healthcheck (hardware and code reviews), the UD4.7 can be fully utilised and other things.
However, storing frequently accessed values in memory, rather than on disk is a technique for improving your applications performance. One useful tool is an in-memory hashtable, also known as key/value storage. The hashtable lets you write a value to a key and read it later. Several OpenInsight tools offer to help you hold values in memory, but each tool has strengths and weaknesses – so how do you know which tool to use in which situation.
To find out more, Click Here to review Revelation’s Technical Bulletin on OpenInsight In Memory Hashtables.