Cache YouTube Videos and More
Integrated Web Caching
Cache YouTube videos and other HTTP traffic with Patronus's integrated Web Caching. This speeds up Internet access by storing frequently used Web objects on the server.
Web caching is the ability for a server or computer to 'cache' or save Web pages and their individual elements onto its internal storage. When a Web surfer calls for the page, parameters determine whether it's more efficient to ask for the page from the original Web server over the Internet (takes more time) or directly from Patronus (saves time). In addition, a rudimentary check is performed to assure that the locally cached information is still valid. Since pages are served locally whenever appropriate, libraries can get better performance out of less expensive connection scenarios, saving bandwidth and access costs.
Learn How to Cache YouTube Videos and More with Patronus
BASCOM's Patronus library Web filter gives librarians the tools they need to set the appropriate amount of Internet access for their patrons. To learn more, read about its flexible filter management, Access Zones, Kids Zone Portal and technology. To schedule your personal demo, fill out a contact form or call us today at 1-888-922-2726.