Home Resource Center Glossary RAM Caching

RAM caching optimizes network transactions for the user, network and web servers. Frequently requested objects from web servers are stored locally in RAM on the Application Delivery Controller (ADC). When subsequent requests for the same object are received, the ADC provides the object from its own RAM cache, thus avoiding additional requests to the original web server.

As part of its set of application acceleration features, A10 Thunder Series of Application Delivery Controllers offer web-caching policies and functionality in all models.