Web cache seminar Report covers

  1. Introduction to Web caching
  2. What’s a Web Cache
  3. Kinds of Web Caches
  4. Proxy caches
  5. How Web Caches Work
  6. Location of Web Caches

The introduction of the World Wide Web has changed the world so much. The web service has enabled the user to look out much information and he can able to retrieve the information from any part of the world related to anything whether he has the knowledge of the network or not. As the network traffic decreases the quality of the service has increased.

Related seminar topics based on security and performance on the web.

Web cache acts as the intermediate between the web server and the client. It also keeps the watch on the HTML request, files, and the images. I keep the copy of the file and the image that the user ask and it also saves the time whenever the user asks for the same image or the file, it gives the user from the copy that it has and it does not ask for the original file or the image to the server again and again.

Uses of Web cache:

One of the use is to reduce latency that is time-saving and display the object at a very faster rate. Another use is to reduce traffic since every object is saved in the cache memory so the request is not sent to the severing again and again so it also helps in reducing the traffic.

Types of web cache:

Types: – There are two types of the caches available and they are browser cache which is present in the browser and another is proxy caches.

Download Web cache Seminar Report for computer science students.