memcached is a high-performance, distributed memory object caching system, used to speed up dynamic web applications.
memcached was developed to enhance the speed of LiveJournal.com’s one million users with 20 million dynamic page views per day, providing faster page load times for users and better resource utilization.
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About this Book
- 72 pages
- Release: P1.0 (2008-05-21)
- ISBN: friday
In this Friday, author Josef Finsel shows you what memcached is and how to use it. You’ll see how to install and configure the system, and how to best implement memcached as a vital component in your web based infrastructure.
Finally, you’ll learn the best practices to optimize your performance and reliability using memcached.
Contents and Extracts
- Using a memcached Client Library
- Basics of Implementing memcached
- Best Practices
- Add ons
- Additional Resources