What is redis cache in azure?

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I have an application on azure that has a large database from where it should fetch the details and display the information on client request. Does implementing Redis Cache really help in improving the performance of my application? Should I consider implementing it or not? Please suggest.


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Redis cache in Azure is based on the software Redis. Redis cache in Azure is responsible for improving the systems' scalability and performance or the machines that depend on the backend data stores. The Redis cache will help in improving the performance if your application has a large database in the backend. The performance and scalability is improved and achieved by temporarily copying the frequently accessed data and moving the same to the fast storage located close to the application. The fast storage is available in the Memory with the Azure cache for Redis without being loaded from the disk by a database.

 
 

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