aiCache adds domain name service support for web application acceleration

aiCache implements support for front ending web sites specified using domain name service. This extends aiCache web application acceleration capabilities to third party API’s served off of Content Distribution Networks (CDN's).
Feb. 15, 2011 - PRLog -- To support customers running applications that depend on third party content aiCache has implemented domain name service resolution support for source addressing.  Using domain name services, aiCache has implemented a special thread dedicated to out-of-band resolution of DNS-defined origin servers.

The thread runs in the background and periodically resolves server domain names names to numeric IPs via regular DNS resolution. This allows aiCache to maintain optimum performance without burning overhead on DNS resolution.

Customer using third party application programming interfaces such as advertising and validation services can now accelerate, pre-fetch and cache these services using aiCache.

aiCache allows customer to set how frequently it runs such DNS resolution, at per-website basis.

On startup, aiCache resolves all DNS-defined origin servers.  Every set number of seconds aiCache re-runs DNS resolution for the site

We expect our customer to continue to come up with creative scenarios and we enjoy adding feature functionality like this to accomodate.

This services is available to run in the datacenter or on a time and transfer basis from the Amazon Web Services Cloud.

More details can be found at

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aiCache is the leading provider of web application acceleration. aiCache solutions reduce cost, provide stability and health monitoring to allow web applications to scale without architecture changes.
Source:Steve Goodwin
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Tags:Caching, Api, Dns, Mobile, Cloud, Ec2
Industry:Advertising, Internet, Mobile
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