Introduced in version 3.1, the Symfony Cache component has 3 promises: performance, safety, and ease of use. Internally and by default, we are already using it out of the box for system caches. It started as a reference implementation of the PSR-6 standard. Along the years and by contributions from the community, it gained a battle-tested feature-set and adapters for many storages. But the next version, 4.2, is the bigger milestone. With some raw examples and benchmarks, let's review how to select the best backend for your needs, wire them in your apps, do tags-based invalidation, protect against cache stampede, etc. Caching might be the most efficient strategy to fast apps.


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Clear, straight to the point, easy to follow. Best talk of the day so far.