Yes, Laravel provides support for popular caching backends like Memcached and Redis.
By default, Laravel is configured to use file cache driver, which is used to store the serialized or cached objects in the file system.
For huge projects, it is suggested to use Memcached or Redis.
Storing An Item In The Cache
Cache::put('key', 'value', $minutes);
Using Carbon Objects To Set Expire Time
$expiresAt = Carbon::now()->addMinutes(10);
Cache::put('key', 'value', $expiresAt);
Storing An Item In The Cache If It Doesn't Exist
Cache::add('key', 'value', $minutes);
Hope this help!