Using the IBM Pattern Development Kit to build virtual application patterns, Part 3, Build Memcached as a shared service
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Date archived: November 29, 2016 | First published: December 04, 2013
Virtual application patterns in IBM® PureApplication System™ provide easy and powerful capabilities to construct Platform as a Service Pattern. Part 3 of this series describes how to create Memcached as a shared service to support the Tomcat auto failover capability. With this shared service, Tomcat can construct clusters with a session auto failover.
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