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Questions about Caching and Persistence

Something to think about it:

  • if you are using some caching in your application, would you call that the persistence layer?
  • if you are using a distributed cache, would you call that your persistence layer?
  • if you are using a replicated and distributed cache, would you call that your persistence?
  • if your replicated and distributed cache does some sort of snapshotting to disk, would you call that your persistence?

Some are saying ☞ RAM is the new disk, so I’m wondering what their answers to the above questions are.

Original title and link: Questions about Caching and Persistence (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)