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Trying to understand CAP

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The CAP theorem, stated by Brewer and proved by Gilbert and Lynch specifies a property of distributed systems. It states that such a system cannot guarantee at the same time Consistency, Availability and Partition tolerance. It is also often said as a catchy phrase: Consistency, Availability, Partition Tolerance – pick any two used mostly when talking about NoSQL databases and ...

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Cajo, the easiest way to accomplish distributed computing in Java

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Derived from the introductory section of Jonas Boner’s article “Distributed Computing Made Easy” posted on TheServerSide.com on May 1st 2006 : “Distributed computing is becoming increasingly important in the world of enterprise application development. Today, developers continuously need to address questions like: How do you enhance scalability by scaling the application beyond a single node? How can you guarantee high-availability, ...

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