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Membase Releases the 4th Beta, Featuring Memcached Buckets

The forth beta release of Membase, the scalable Memcached big brother, featuring a memcached buckets:

You now can create buckets in your Membase Server cluster that behave exactly like memcached, which means you can use Membase Server as a drop-in replacement for your existing memcached setup. In a single cluster you can now share the resources between memcached buckets and membase buckets.

The compatibility with memcached is a clear statement that Membase is after memcached users. But so is Redis!

Original title and link: Membase Releases the 4th Beta, Featuring Memcached Buckets (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.northscale.com/northscale-blog/2010/09/membase-server-beta4-with-memcached-buckets.html