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Architecture & Design Follow 2539 Followers Think Twice before Dropping ACID and Throw Your CAP Away by Andrew Gregović Follow 0 Followers Posted on Mar 16, 2018
Followers Exploiting Loopholes in CAP by Michael Nygard Follow 8 Followers Posted on Jun 11, 2014
Followers Fear No More: Embrace Eventual Consistency by Sean Cribbs Follow 0 Followers Posted on Feb 12, 2013
Followers Building a Reliable Data Store by Jeremy Edberg Follow 0 Followers Posted on Feb 07, 2013
Followers Exploiting Loopholes in CAP by Michael Nygard Follow 8 Followers Posted on Feb 01, 2013 2
Followers Acknowledging CAP at the Root -- in the Domain Model by Eric Evans Follow 18 Followers Posted on Jan 23, 2013
Followers NoSQL: Past, Present, Future by Eric Brewer Follow 2 Followers Posted on Dec 20, 2012 1

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Architecture & Design Follow 2539 Followers The Blockchain and the CAP Theorem by Andrew Morgan Follow 4 Followers Posted on Apr 07, 2017 Development Follow 746 Followers Google Launches Cloud Spanner Public Beta by Andrew Morgan Follow 4 Followers Posted on Feb 28, 2017 Followers Questions About the Lambda Architecture by Seth Cousins Follow 0 Followers Posted on Sep 03, 2014 1
Followers Alternatives to Eventual Consistency by Harry Brumleve Follow 2 Followers Posted on Jun 18, 2014 Followers BitCoins Lost, MongoDB and Eventual Consistency by Abel Avram Follow 12 Followers Posted on Apr 24, 2014 6 Followers FoundationDB NoSQL Database Supports ACID Transactions by Srini Penchikala Follow 40 Followers Posted on Apr 29, 2013 2

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Followers CAP Twelve Years Later: How the "Rules" Have Changed by Eric Brewer Follow 2 Followers Posted on May 30, 2012 The CAP theorem asserts that any networked shared-data system can have only two of three desirable properties (Consistency, Availability and Partition Tolerance). In this IEEE article, author Eric Brewer discusses how designers can optimize consistency and availability by explicitly handling partitions, thereby achieving some trade-off of all three. 10

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