I have a Rest Based Java application which creates and gets data from SAP Gateway for sales order. The Order in SAP keeps updating with status of order such as dispatch/closed/canceled from messages.
The application is expected to be slow. Introducing coherence in java to SAP layer is expected to improve the performance but there is a risk that the data in coherence layer will be stale and so order data on UI will be old due to cached data.
How can we handle coherence cached order detail data which is getting updated from 2 sources?
Should we upgrade to SAP Hana (which is not popular or yet stabilized) in comparison to Coherence/Giga Spaces/Data Grid. Which is the best caching mechanism and how to handle stale data.
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