A workshop from the PHP Summit 2013, Berlin.
Join me on a journey to scaling databases from one to one million nodes. The adventure begins in the 1960th and ends with Google Spanner details from a Google engineer's talk given as late as November 25th, 2013!
Contents: Relational systems and caching (briefly), what CAP means, Overlay networks, Distributed Hash Tables (Chord), Amazon Dynamo, Riak 2.0 including CRDT, BigTable (Distributed File System, Distributed Locking Service), HBase (Hive, Presto, Impala, ...), Google Spanner and how their unique TrueTime API enables ACID, what CAP really means to ACID transactions (and the NoSQL marketing fuzz), the latest impact of NoSQL on the RDBMS world. There're quite a bit of theory in the talk, but that's how things go when you walk between Distributed Systems Theory and Theory of Parallel and Distributed Databases, such as.... Two-Phase Commit, Two-Phase Locking, Virtual Synchrony, Atomic Broadcast, FLP Impossibility Theorem, Paxos, Co-Location and data models...
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