What are the top 10 best cache proxy?

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Hi experts, what are the top 10 best cache proxy? Tell me more about this cache proxy and provide some website that explains the use of proxy settings including cache and why is this relevant?


Answered By 15 points N/A #149368

What are the top 10 best cache proxy?


Hi Kim,

A proxy server just like a web server that serve the saved/cached  files to the client. It reads the requested file from the server hard drive instead of rendering it separately for every request. This can reduce the overhead to the database servers. And it can increase the response time to a specific request. It is useful to cache sites which as a high traffic, but not for sites which update quickly. Proxy cache site stores images and other related files related to the requested file.  Mainly proxy cache sites accelerate the response time for a request. If user send a request to the server, The proxy server stored a copy of the served file for next client request. It helps to reduce the bandwidth and increase the performance of the website.

Here you can read more about proxy caching .

·         https://blog.stackpath.com/proxy-caching/
·         https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_server
·         http://www.web-caching.com/proxy-caches.html

Hope this is helpful.

Answered By 590255 points N/A #291768

What are the top 10 best cache proxy?


Proxy cache or proxy caching is a function of a proxy server that caches retrieved web pages on the server’s hard drive. This is done so that pages can be quickly retrieved by the same or a different user the next time the page is requested. It is also called web proxy cache. Proxy caching lessens delays and reduces bandwidth requirements.

Since the page is stored locally on the proxy server, the page is delivered the next time it is requested at local network speeds. Proxy cache is also useful when a user is browsing multiple pages of the same website. The proxy cache also stores sub-files and images for the visited pages.

When a user jumps to a new page within the same website that, for example, uses the same images, the proxy cache loads them into the user’s browser much quicker than having them retrieved from the website’s server.

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