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NoSQL to InnoDB with Memcached
Would this be a worthwhile alternative to Memcache, or Key-Value Storage engines like Redis & Riak?
Quoted from above : This offering provides users with the best of both worlds – maintain all of the advantages of rich SQL query language, while providing better performance for simple queries via direct access to shared data.
This is a technology preview, and that means it isn’t ready for production deployments (yet...) However, I think this warrants a discussion as the advantages of this seem too good to give it a miss.
- No additional cache management server is required.
- No duplicate cache.
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