CAP twelve years later: How the "rules" have changed

@article{Brewer2012CAPTY,
  title={CAP twelve years later: How the "rules" have changed},
  author={Eric A. Brewer},
  journal={Computer},
  year={2012},
  volume={45},
  pages={23-29}
}
The CAP theorem asserts that any networked shared-data system can have only two of three desirable properties. However, by explicitly handling partitions, designers can optimize consistency and availability, thereby achieving some trade-off of all three. The featured Web extra is a podcast from Software Engineering Radio, in which the host interviews Dwight Merriman about the emerging NoSQL movement, the three types of nonrelational data stores, Brewer's CAP theorem, and much more. 
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