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How to Implement Distributed ACID Transactions Without Atomic Clocks
ACID transactions are a fundamental building block when developing business-critical, user-facing applications. They simplify the complex task of ensuring data integrity while supporting highly concurrent operations. While they are taken for granted in monolithic SQL databases, most distributed databases forsake them completely because they are complex to implement and get right. Fortunately, this is no longer the case. The trend started with Google Spanner, which offered distributed transactions using GPS based atomic clocks - unheard of in the database world before. Fortunately, distributed transactions - without atomic clocks - are now available in distributed SQL systems. Using the example of YugabyteDB, this talk will explain how distributed ACID transactions can be achieved without atomic clocks - without compromising on performance or consistency.

Apr 28, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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