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What Is DCS
Introduction to DCS
Distributed Cache Service
Distributed Cache Service (DCS) is an online, distributed, in-memory cache service. It is reliable, scalable, usable out of the box, and easy to manage. Compatible with Redis, and Memcached, and in-memory data grid (IMDG), DCS supports three instance types: single-node, master/standby, and cluster. It can meet your requirements for high read/write performance and fast data access.
High-Performance Redis 4.x and 5.x
Huawei full-stack software and hardware boost single-node performance.
Dedicated for new users
Rapid fault handling
What Is the Default Data Eviction Policy?
Can I Recover Data from Deleted DCS Instances?
Can DCS Be Accessed over Public Networks?
What Are the Differences Between the DCS Memcached and a Locally Built Memcached?
Do DCS Redis Instances Support Common Redis Clients Such as Jedis?
When Do I Choose the IMDG Database?
How to Select and Configure a Security Group?