Blog entries posted during 2017

  • Two bugs in ASPNET that break Cache memory management

    TL;DR: A bug in ASPNET memory monitoring prevents the cache monitoring / scavenging tread from running if the memory usage in the host at the time of application startup happens to be in a specific range in relation to the configured cache... 6

  • Bug in ASPNET Cache causes problems with Azure Proactive Auto Heal

    Update 2017-11-08 I have found the root cause for this buggy behavior, and have posted details and better workarounds in another blog post . Original post TL;DR default settings for cache memory usage don't work well with the recently launched... 0

  • Improved Memory Efficiency in Commerce 11.1

    TL;DR: Episerver Commerce 11.1 contains improved caching strategies for Catalog Content allowing site implementations to make better use of the available memory. Caching in the Catalog APIs Episerver Commerce uses a Content Provider to make catalo... 0

  • Follow Up on Planned Breaking Changes in Commerce 2017

    This is a follow up post to Planned Breaking Changes in Commerce 2017 , which promised an update on the scope of the release. We now have the scope set, and are closing on dev complete for the included features. It is very close to what we planned... 5

  • Planned Breaking Changes in Commerce 2017

    We are working on a number of changes in Commerce that will change some behavior and APIs in a way that by Semantic Versioning is considered breaking and therefore will be released as a new major version of Commerce. The current estimate for this... 4

About the blogger

Magnus Rahl

Episerver AB

Former EMVP that has now joined Episerver, working in the Commerce team.