Is caching support ready to be deployed?

I wanted to inquire about the status of addressing the caching issue within your software. Despite employing multiple layers of security measures, it appears that certain bots are still able to breach our defenses.

Maintaining a delicate equilibrium between facilitating legitimate indexing processes and thwarting malicious entities is paramount. It’s worth noting that caching mechanisms have become ubiquitous in today’s technological landscape, spanning from server caching to cloud caching and even internal application object caching.

At times, the abundance of caching mechanisms can pose a challenge in terms of management. Our operational protocols involve implementing various caching strategies, including object caching and content delivery network (CDN) caching, which significantly enhance site loading speeds to mere seconds across different locations.

Although our assessments have favored Google Cloud as the optimal solution in most cases, we continue to encounter difficulties in curtailing the intrusion of these persistent bots. Despite employing obfuscation techniques, we have yet to mitigate their impact effectively.

I believe it’s imperative that we address this issue promptly, as it poses a significant threat to our operations. I welcome any insights or strategies you may have in combating this ongoing challenge.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

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