Basically you set a default in seconds for the HTML results to be
cached, and then have triggers set that force the cache to regenerate
(whenever CRUD happens to the content, for example).

Can't speak for Perl/Python/Ruby/.Net/Java, but Cache_Lite sure made a
believer out of me!

Nice to have it in a library, but if you want to be that simplistic then it's easy in any language. What if a process on server B modifies a n important value that server A has cached though? Coherency (albeit that the client may choose to not use it) is a must for a general solution.

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