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comment What caching strategies can I implement between my web load balancer and my web farm?
One thing to consider is to have the API service served off of a different set of servers from the primary web service. This way, if the API gets really hard, or vice versa, service for other functions is less likely to be interrupted. Otherwise, it's still a good idea to use some sort of reverse proxy to cache something that does not need to be computed every single time e.g. rss feeds.