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Published By: MarkLogic     Published Date: Jun 16, 2013
The primary issue discussed within this paper boils down to two disparate database reliability models: ACID vs BASE. The first (ACID) has been around for some 30+ years, is a proven industry standard for SQL-centric and other relational databases, and works remarkably well in the older, yet still extant, world of vertical scaling. The second (BASE) has only recently gained popularity over the past 10 years or so, especially with the rise of social networking, Big Data, NoSQL, and other leviathans in the new world of Data Management. BASE requirements rose out of a need for ever-expanding horizontally scaled distributed networks, with non-relational data stores, and the real-time availability constraints of web-based transaction processing. While there are now more crossovers and negotiations between the two models, they essentially represent two competing groups, with Brewer’s CAP Theorem acting as the referee in the middle forcing tough decisions on each team.
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data, data management, unstructured data, nosql, database, acid, base, database transactioning
    
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