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Advantages at a Glance

Cache control

Monitoring and restoring, where necessary


Regular updates


You can configure Nine’s caches yourself


The caches are installed on your Managed Server


You choose whether to taken on user and cache management yourself


About the Product

A user-managed cache gives you a simple way to configure a cache directly, without the complexity of setting up or using a cache manager.

More about Managed Caches
User-Managed Cache
Whether you choose to manage your own cache or have us take over management usually depends on whether you need all of the built-in functionalities of a cache manager. If your cache requirements are relatively straightforward, and you do not require the full range of features of a cache manager, consider using a Managed Cache instead.
When and Where to Use
Typical scenarios for using a Managed Cache are: method-local caches, thread-local caches, or any other place where the lifecycle of the cache is shorter than the application lifecycle.
Unmanaged Cache
This standard cache option can specify caching rules for compute-intensive page sections. Caching results are saved as files in a catalogue. If caching time has not expired, a specifically created cache file will be embedded instead of compute-intensive code.
Case Studies

Use Cases for Managed Caches

Stadler Form

We helped Stadler Form to find the right technical solution. At the same time, there were some hurdles in migrating their solution from the old hosting partner to us. Our support team assisted Stadler Form and their web agency quickly and competently at all times. Even when a solution was a little more complex, Stadler Form always felt very well looked after.

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Pupil AG

Nine operates the reliable and stable infrastructure for PUPIL, an all-in-one solution for digital school management, based on its own Nine Kubernetes Engine (NKE), so that Pupil AG can focus on its core business.

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