Storage is expensive – don’t let it go to waste, storing data that your user’s aren’t interested in. Optimizing your Content Manager OnDemand Cache Filesystem(s) is the best way to keep performance at the maximum, and your costs at a minimum.
What is the OnDemand Cache? When new data is ingested by IBM CMOD’s arsload utility, documents are loaded to the cache filesystem by default – so that users can access them instantly. Technically speaking, it’s a filesystem on your server, built with your highest reliability and highest speed disk. In most systems, millions or billions of documents have to fight to live in the limited amount of space in your CMOD Cache.
But how do you optimize the cache? It’s deceptively simple: by configuring the cache to contain more of the documents that end users are accessing, and fewer of the documents they aren’t using. In some cases, customers were able to reduce the size of the cache filesystems by over 90% and our proprietary CMOD Reporting Software makes it possible.
Using our purpose-built reports, we can identify and measure which documents your users are accessing, and most importantly, how long they’re accessing them for. We provide recommendations for changing your Content Manager OnDemand Cache configuration for maximum performance and benefit.
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