The Spring Framework provides support for transparently adding caching to an application.At its core, the abstraction applies caching to methods, reducing thus the number of executions based on the information available in the cache.If an entry is found, the content in the cache is immediately returned to the caller and the method is not invoked.Otherwise, the method is invoked and the cache is updated before returning the value.Some of these things are not Web Start’s fault per se. A key piece of background: the most important point of Web Start for us is the notion of auto-update.
Spring Boot auto-configures the cache infrastructure as long as the caching support is enabled via the argument.
Google Update, also known as Omaha, is needed at startup because it installs updates automatically, so you don't have to update manually.
For a business owner, Google Update is convenient because it keeps vital programs up to date with the latest enhancements, including bug fixes, patches and security features to increase efficiency.
When you have made up your mind about the cache provider to use, please make sure to read its documentation to figure out how to configure the caches that your application uses.
Practically all providers require you to explicitly configure every cache that you use in the application.