How to use App Engine Memcache in Flask apps

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Published on 18 May 2022, 4:00
Python 2 START ("mod1") code → goo.gle/3Op9x19
Python 2 FINISH ("mod12a") code → goo.gle/3vvZCy8
Python 3 FINISH ("mod12b") code → goo.gle/3vsZ7F4

Serverless Migration Station is a Serverless Expeditions mini-series, a set of videos focused on helping developers modernize their applications running on a Google Cloud serverless compute platform. In this Module 12 video, Google engineers Martin & Wesley show viewers how to add App Engine Memcache usage to an existing Flask NDB app from Module 1 (Migrating to Flask) to prepare it for Cloud Memorystore, the migration covered next in Module 13.

Chapters:
0:00 - Intro
0:56 - What about Python 3 users?
1:31 - Main topic: what we're doing today
2:27 - Adding Memcache usage to existing App Engine (Python 2) app
4:57 - Summary: online resources and what's next

Module 12 references:
Codelab → goo.gle/393YFp9

Other Migration Module references:
All "Serverless Migration Station" resources → goo.gle/3uLT0ew
Migration Module 1 "App Engine webapp2 to Flask" codelab → goo.gle/3xzBoWl
Migration Module 1 "App Engine webapp2 to Flask" video → goo.gle/3vrjpP3

App Engine memcache and Cloud Memorystore references:
App Engine memcache overview → goo.gle/3L2AFkj
Python 2 App Engine memcache reference → goo.gle/3Fgzn2W
Python 3 App Engine memcache reference → goo.gle/3MNuCAE

App Engine memcache to Cloud Memorystore migration guide → goo.gle/3JVJF9u
Cloud Memorystore documentation → goo.gle/3MewF09

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