Technical Articles

Alfresco Repository Caches Unfolded

Alfresco repository Caches optimisation can have significant impact on the performance of your Alfresco deployment. This post provides an overview on how the repository caches are implemented by Alfresco.

The Alfresco repository leverages and provides in-memory caches.   Memory caching (often simply referred to as caching) is a technique in which computer applications temporarily store data in a computer’s main memory (i.e., random access memory, or RAM) to enable fast retrievals of that data.