BigMemory Go 4.3.4 | Product Documentation | BigMemory Go Developer Guide | Key Classes and Methods | About the Key Classes
About the Key Classes
BigMemory Go consists of a CacheManager, which manages logical data sets represented as Caches. A Cache object contains Elements, which are essentially name-value pairs. You can use Cache objects to hold any kind of data that you want to keep in memory, not just data that you want to cache.
Caches are physically implemented, either in-memory or on disk . The logical representations of these components are actualized mostly through the following classes:
These classes form the core of the Ehcache API used by BigMemory Go. The methods provided by these classes are largely responsible for providing programmatic access to a cache or in-memory data store.

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