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Re: Data architecture


On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 2:57 PM, Paul Voccio <paul.voccio@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> Shouldn’t the layer be pluggable if I wanted a different datastore?

FYI in case you missed the thread on WSGI, modules, and services: whether
the memory were local or in a memcache or otherwise, the layer would be
pluggable.  We'll provide a caching library that is a language binding to
pluggable cache backends -- mock, local, memcache, or otherwise.  Auth* will
have the same structure, allowing mock, LDAP, etc.

So while I don't think the cache should be in-memory as Eric has drawn it, I
think pluggability is still assumed in the diagram.


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