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Oracle Coherence vs. memcached

Oracle Coherence memcached + Add column
Description In-Memory Data Grid ?
Multi-user system Yes ?
Operating system
Programming language
Website www.​oracle.​com/​technetwor…w/​index.​html www.​memcached.​org
Database model
Query language
Transactions Yes Yes
Unicode Yes Yes
Referential integrity Yes No
Price rating ★★★★☆ ★★★★☆
Standard compliance Yes Yes
Sharding Yes Yes
Replication Yes No
Map and reduce Yes No
Revision control Yes ?
Atomicity Yes Yes
Consistency Yes Yes
Isolation Yes Yes
Durability (data storage) Yes No
Horizontal scalable Yes Yes
Integrity model
Software distribution
Full text search Yes No
Preference 75% votes 25% votes
Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) Yes Yes
Release Date December 2001 ?
Documentation level ★★★★★ ★★★★☆
RESTful Yes ?
TTL for entries Yes Yes
Value size max. 64 TB 1 MB
Conditional entry updates Yes No
Composite keys Yes No
Distributed Counter Yes ?
Free to use Yes ?
Active Yes Yes
Database Connection Pooling Yes ?
Compression Yes ?
Real time analytics Yes ?
Creation Date 2001 2003
Community Driven Good Good
Shared nothing architecture Yes Yes
Web interface Yes ?
API Good Good
2 Letter Country Code US ?
Secondary Indexes Yes No
Graph support Yes ?
Embeddable Yes Yes
Geospatial Indexes No ?
Locking model
Data storage
Replication mode
Native driver
Cloud platform support ?
Online backup Yes ?
Data types
Admin Generator No ?
Function Based Index Yes ?
Geographic Replication Yes ?
Log Yes ?
Implementation flexibility (36% global votes) (20% global votes)
Download www.​oracle.​com/​technetwor…s/​index.​html www.​memcached.​org
Backup functionality Good Basic
Query Cache Yes No
Ease of use ★★★★★ ★★★★★
In-Place Update Yes ?
Free for commercial use No Yes
Sorts Yes No
Tuneable write concerns Yes ?
Event Driven Architecture Yes ?
Open Source No Yes
Maven support Yes ?
Triggers Yes ?
Perfomance ★★★★★ ★★★★★
Cloud-enabled Yes ?
Licenses model ?
Pipeline Aggregation Yes ?
Spring Data Support Yes Yes
Predictive Analytics Yes ?
Server Side Java Script Yes ?
Flexible Table(Schema) Yes ?
Geo-distributed Yes ?
Re-Reduce Yes ?
Clustering over WAN Yes ?
Maintenance Cost ?
Stored Procedure Yes ?
Second Level Caching Yes Yes
Ability to link to external programs and systems Yes ?
Auto-Sharding Yes ?
Delta read Yes ?
Delta Update Yes ?
Aggregators Yes ?
Near cache Yes ?
Continuous query Yes ?
HTTP Session replication Yes ?
In business since January 2000 ?
24/7 support Yes ?
Free edition No Yes
Distributed code Deployment Yes ?
Dynamic code deployment No ?
DB Delta Server Yes ?
Rolling Upgrade Yes ?
Dynamic index Yes ?
Data Grid interceptors Yes ?
Replication interceptors Yes ?
Kafka Integration No ?
Drools Integration No ?
Storm Integration No ?
Websphere Dyna Cache Integration No ?
Offheap Memory Yes ?
CEP Streaming No ?
SQL Queries Yes No
Atomic Persistence Yes ?
User and Group role based security model Yes ?
Before and after Data Grid interceptor for every operation Yes ?
Minimum Java version 1.6 ?
memcached protocol Yes Yes
Does your mom understand it No ?
JSR 107 Compliance Yes Yes
Monitoring UI Yes ?
CLI` Yes ?
Parallel WAN Gateway Yes ?
Active-Active WAN Yes ?
Web Page Caching Yes ?
Monitoring and Management ?
Central Flash Storage support Yes ?
Local Flash Storage support Yes ?
In Memory Data Grid ?
Compute Grid Yes ?
Key length max ? 250
Read preferences ? Yes
Name Starts With M ? Yes
0-60 ? 60
; drop table users; ? Yes
 Exportar a Excel las personas relacionas con la solicitud ? Yes
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