Celery 3.1 now supports Django out of the box, please see the new tutorial

Cache Backend - djcelery.backends.cache


class djcelery.backends.cache.CacheBackend(*args, **kwargs)

Backend using the Django cache framework to store task metadata.

set(key, value)
class djcelery.backends.cache.DjangoMemcacheWrapper(cache)

Wrapper class to django’s memcache backend class, that overrides the get() method in order to remove the forcing of unicode strings since it may cause binary or pickled data to break.

get(key, default=None)
set(key, value, timeout=0)