In large environments there is the challenge of providing all users with quick access to internal and external resources over the network. As the number of users who try to access network resources grows, so does the challenge of providing proper services to each of them.
Cache engines receive a request from the user, forward it to the Internet (or intranet), receive the content, and forward it to the user while storing a copy. When another user asks for the same content, the cache engine can immediately respond with the stored copy without the need to request it from an . . .
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