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Not an OO design but general architectural problem

Not an OO design but general architectural problem

Not an OO design but general architectural problem

I tried to find a forum dedicated to Architectural issues but I couldn’t. If anyone knows of such forum, please be kind enough to point me to it.
The problem I am working on is as follow…

The is a SaaS solution all users in multiple branches will connect to using a link that will be sent to them in an email. Following this link, they will be authenticated and logged in the Saas application and a resource file (Video, PDF, etc) will be downloaded to their local machine.
The problem is these resource files are huge in size. I would like to cache them local in every branch. The process will continue the same as above except that when the resource is requested, I want it to be served from the local branch cache solution (there are multiple branches each with its own cache)

How can we accomplish that? And what caching solution I can use so the files are automatically synchronized between the Saas and the individual branch caches?

Thanks in advance

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