Spanish translation: sistema de datos de submemoria agilizada y ultrarrapida
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14:20 Feb 19, 2001
English to Spanish translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase:push and cache data services
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Explanation: Push se trata de una tecnología que envía periódicamente información a abonados o suscriptores. El servicio de Cache almacena información que es permanente actualizada, y que puede ser consultada. Adjunto un extracto obtenido de WhatIs.com. Espero te sirva.
PUSH: Push (or "server-push") is the delivery of information on the Web that is initiated by the information server rather than by the information user or client, as it usually is. An early Web service that specialized in "pushing" information rather than having it "pulled" as the result of requests for Web pages was Pointcast, a site that provided up-to-date news and other information tailored to a previously defined user profile. Marimba was a somewhat similar site (and product) that pushed information to the user on a predefined schedule.
In fact, the information pushed from a server to a user actually comes as the result of a programmed request from the client in your computer. That is, any information pusher on the Web requires that you download a client program. This program captures your profile and then periodically initiates requests for information on your behalf from the server.
CACHE: Caching can also be implemented for Internet content by distributing it to multiple servers that are periodically refreshed. (The use of the term in this context is closely related to the general concept of a distributed information base.). International, national, regional, organizational and other "macro" caches to which highly popular information can be distributed and periodically updated and from which most users would obtain information.