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Old 05-17-2009, 07:11 PM   #1
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LXer: Is Memcached a Good or Bad Sign for MySQL?

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Several weeks ago, we saw a burst of news around memcached, an increasingly popular open-source caching software framework gaining attention from web companies and investors. Gear6 announced details of a new memcached-based product, and Schooner Information Technologies launched a set of memory-dense appliances, one targeted to MySQL, one to memcached. These announcements coincided with the MySQL Conference, as some see MySQL as the killer application for memcached, or perhaps vice versa. Other companies coming out of the woodwork around memcached include NorthScale, which has released no news as of yet except a shingle-sized web site introducing its capabilities.



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