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Memcached as a Service for Cloud Foundry

After giving its source code a look-over, I noticed that the important component is missing - Memcached. Memcached is the de facto standard free & open source, high-performance, distributed memory object caching system, as you know. The other PaaS also supports Memcached (ex. Google App Engine, Heroku, Amazon Web Service, and so on) in various way. I believe that a lot of PaaS users want to use Memcahced, therefore, I decided to implement Memcached as a Service for Cloud Foundry.

The Java world isn’t so big into Memcached. But that’s not a good excuse for not having support for Memcahed in Cloud Foundry.

Original title and link: Memcached as a Service for Cloud Foundry (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)