- Reduced memory overhead for an Umbraco website
- Improved performance of "Cold Boot" scenario when NuCache files do not exist and the in-memory content cache needs to be built from the database
- Ability to swap out Umbraco's default implementations of various front-end content caching services by introducing better abstractions
This will provide a faster and leaner Umbraco CMS both in terms of start-up and ongoing footprint of a running website. You can follow the ongoing work on the issue tracker.
Released as part of Umbraco 8.15 (see details in the release blog post)