Memcache


#1

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Sender:Edward Suárez.
Date:Monday, 28 September 2015 15:57:27 UTC+1.

hi, can I use a memcache server with tyk gateway?


#2

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Sender:Martin Buhr.
Date:Monday, 28 September 2015 16:27:37 UTC+1.

Hi Edward,

Afraid not, it’s redis all the way with Tyk.

May I ask why?

Cheers,
Martin


#3

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Sender:Edward Suárez.
Date:Monday, 28 September 2015 19:00:23 UTC+1.

thanks for your answer.
Sorry if is an stupid question, i’m looking for a good microservice architecture scheme and tyk seems to be perfect but some guy suggested me to use vulcandproxy and memcache.
I would like to know how caching works in tyk

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#4

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Sender:Rilindo Foster.
Date:Monday, 28 September 2015 19:31:32 UTC+1.

Edward,

As an aside, you probably want to review this before considering Memcache:

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Date:Monday, 28 September 2015 19:32:09 UTC+1.

Edward,

As an aside, you probably want to review this before considering Memcache:

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#6

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Sender:Martin Buhr.
Date:Tuesday, 29 September 2015 04:40:10 UTC+1.

Hi Eduard,
vulcandproxy is an excellent piece of software and is great if you want something very low level and configurable, really worth considering depending on your use case.
Tyk has a caching layer too (global safe requests, per path or deferred upstream control) and stores the data in redis. That should cover most use cases.
The two are quite different though, vulcans is more of a framework for building out your own microservices architecture whereas Tyk is much more focussed on being a gateway component.
Cheers,
Martin