Top 14 WordPress Memcached Plugins

  • SG CachePress

    The SG CachePress is a plugin that allows you to use the SiteGround dynamic cache and Memcached to optimize the performance of your WordPress.

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  • WP-ServerInfo

    Display your host's PHP, MYSQL & memcached (if installed) information on your WordPress dashboard.

  • Tribe Object Cache

    Simple plugin that supports Memcached, APC, Xcache or WinCache based on your system. All you have to do is activate it.

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  • EM Object Cache

    Persistent caching using APC, xCache, eAccelerator, Zend Disk Cache, Zend Shared Memory Cache or files.

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  • WP Memcached Manager

    A very simple tool to manage Memcached servers from inside the WordPress admin interface. Requires PECL Memcache client.

  • MemcacheD Is Your Friend

    Adds MemcacheD object cache support to WordPress and auto-configures your cache setup.

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  • Memcached Redux

    Uses the Memcached class (not the Memcache class) to implement WP Object Cache

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  • NGINX Cache Optimizer

    This plugin allows you to make WordPress faster by using two caching mechanisms: the NGINX reverse proxy and the Memcached.

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  • Johnny Cache

    Provides an admin interface for inspecting Memcached instances and flushing items by key or group in an AJAX fashion.

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  • Debug Bar Cache Lookup

    Look up items in object cache.

  • Memcached Object Cache

    Use memcached and the PECL memcache extension to provide a backing store for the WordPress object cache.

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  • Memcached Cloud

    Use Memcached with SASL authentication to implement WP Object Cache

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  • MemCachier

    Use MemCachier to implement WP Object Cache

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