March 16, 2010

Memcached-based company NorthScale launches

NorthScale, a start-up based around memcached, has just launched, two weeks after the Todd Hoff’s post arguing the MySQL/memcached combo is passe’. NorthScale wouldn’t necessarily argue with Todd, arguing that what you really should use instead is NorthScale’s combo of memcached and Membase, a memcached-like DBMS …

… or something like that. I don’t intend to write seriously about NorthScale until I have a better idea of what Membase is.

In the mean time,


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