The heavily increasing amount of data produced by current experiments in high energy particle physics challenge both end users and providers of computing resources. The boosted data rates and the complexity of analyses require huge datasets being processed in short turnaround cycles. Usually, data storages and computing farms are deployed by different providers, which leads to data delocalization and a strong influence of the interconnection transfer rates. The CMS collaboration at KIT has developed a prototype enabling data locality for HEP analysis processing via two concepts. A coordinated and distributed caching approach that reduce the limiting factor of data transfers by joining local high performance devices with large background storages were tested. Thereby, a throughput optimization was reached by selecting and allocating critical data within user work-flows. A highly performant setup using these caching solutions enables fast processing of throughput dependent analysis workflows.