Phil Bernstein and Sudipto Das
22 June 2013
There has been a resurgence of work on replicated, distributed database systems to meet the demands of intermittently-connected clients and of disaster-tolerant databases that span data centers. Many systems weaken the criteria for replica-consistency or isolation, and in some cases add new mechanisms, to improve partition-tolerance, availability, and performance. We present a framework for comparing these criteria and mechanisms, to help architects navigate through this complex design space.
In Proceedings of the 2013 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data
Publisher ACM SIGMOD