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Hi

Whether caching dynamic data is possible? if possible how we can do it in java ? Whether caching dynamic data have any drawbacks as the data
will be different for each page request?

Whether NOSQL DB like "Redis" can solve those problems? Any ideas on this is really appreciated.

I know that for distributed caching we will use "Terracotta", not sure about the dynamic caching though? Please provide your inputs.

Thanks
 
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