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The CAP Theorem states that it is impossible for a distributed database to simultaneously guarantee more than two of the following: Consistency, Availability, or Partition Tolerance. The widely accepted theorem is often used to analyze and position new databases.
In this series, we will explore the three guarantees, delivering a definition for each, and outlining how each might affect your database implementation. This is a rather academic series of talks and hopefully, we will help you understand the tradeoff for each.
In this session, we will explore Consistency, which states that ”every read receives the most recent write or an error”. We will cover: