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Memcached vs Tibero: What are the differences?

Memcached: High-performance, distributed memory object caching system. Memcached is an in-memory key-value store for small chunks of arbitrary data (strings, objects) from results of database calls, API calls, or page rendering; Tibero: Enterprise RDBMS of choice for the virtual data center. It is a high-performance, highly secure, highly scalable relational database management system (RDBMS) for enterprises that want to fully leverage their mission-critical data. In a world where data is at the core of everything, Tibero provides an enhanced view of processing, managing and securing large-scale databases.

Memcached and Tibero belong to "Databases" category of the tech stack.

Memcached is an open source tool with 10.2K GitHub stars and 2.81K GitHub forks. Here's a link to Memcached's open source repository on GitHub.

Decisions about Memcached and Tibero
Daniel Moya
Data Engineer at Dimensigon · | 4 upvotes · 304.4K views

We have chosen Tibero over Oracle because we want to offer a PL/SQL-as-a-Service that the users can deploy in any Cloud without concerns from our website at some standard cost. With Oracle Database, developers would have to worry about what they implement and the related costs of each feature but the licensing model from Tibero is just 1 price and we have all features included, so we don't have to worry and developers using our SQLaaS neither. PostgreSQL would be open source. We have chosen Tibero over Oracle because we want to offer a PL/SQL that you can deploy in any Cloud without concerns. PostgreSQL would be the open source option but we need to offer an SQLaaS with encryption and more enterprise features in the background and best value option we have found, it was Tibero Database for PL/SQL-based applications.

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Pros of Memcached
Pros of Tibero
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    Fast object cache
  • 128
    High-performance
  • 90
    Stable
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    Mature
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    Distributed caching system
  • 11
    Improved response time and throughput
  • 3
    Great for caching HTML
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    Putta
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    Enterprise Edition all inclusive without extra purchase
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    Reliable shared server
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    Multi-node parallel recovery
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    High security database encryption
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    Hyper-thread architecture
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    Active or passive standby DB capability
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    High performance transaction processing
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    Lower TCO
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    Simple Licensing model
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    High availability (Active-Active clustering)
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    Highly compatible with Oracle

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Cons of Memcached
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    Only caches simple types
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    What is Memcached?

    Memcached is an in-memory key-value store for small chunks of arbitrary data (strings, objects) from results of database calls, API calls, or page rendering.

    What is Tibero?

    It is a high-performance, highly secure, highly scalable relational database management system (RDBMS) for enterprises that want to fully leverage their mission-critical data. In a world where data is at the core of everything, Tibero provides an enhanced view of processing, managing and securing large-scale databases.

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