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The Cache Sketch: Revisiting Expiration-based Caching in the Age of Cloud Data Management

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The Cache Sketch: Revisiting Expiration-based Caching in the Age of Cloud Data Management
Abstract: The expiration-based caching model of the web is generally considered irreconcilable with the dynamic workloads of cloud database services, where expiration dates are not known in advance. In this paper, we present the Cache Sketch data structure which makes expiration-based caching of database records feasible with rich tunable consistency guarantees. The Cache Sketch enables database services to leverage the large existing caching infrastructure of content delivery networks, browser caches and web caches to provide low latency and high scalability. The Cache Sketch employs Bloom filters to create compact representations of potentially stale records to transfer the task of cache coherence to clients. Furthermore, it also minimizes the number of invalidations the service has to perform on caches that support them (e.g., CDNs). With different age-control policies the Cache Sketch achieves very high cache hit ratios with arbitrarily low stale read probabilities. We present the...
Felix Gessert, Michael Schaarschmidt, Wolfram Wing
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where BTW
Authors Felix Gessert, Michael Schaarschmidt, Wolfram Wingerath, Steffen Friedrich, Norbert Ritter
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