Caching reverse proxies
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Published: Jul 30, 2011
Application designs that incorporate caching reverse proxies as first class design elements are simpler and more resilient to infrastructure failures. Placing a caching reverse proxy between an application and a web service it consumes reduces the risk of service failures affecting the application while improving overall system performance.