Memcached – Very Fast In-Memory Cache

Replicated, single write, multiple read databases are all over the place. Indexed information across databases that keep most of it’s data in active RAM and can queue up data even before its going to be read is the basis of high access environments.

For a brief, take a stroll on the Linux and MySQL side with Memcached.

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