Perl module for using memcached servers
Cache::Memcached is a module that interfaces with the memcached distributed memory cache daemon. Danga Interactive's memcached is a generic memory object caching system, often used to accelerate dynamic web sites by reducing load on slower databases. (See the memcached package)
This module allows Perl authors to quickly set and retrieve key/data pairs from memcached servers, even clusters of multiple daemons. As such, it is used to power several large-scale and high-performance web sites, including LiveJournal and Slashdot.
20 March 2013
License: Artistic or GPL-1+
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