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What Can We Learn from JPMorgan Database Outage?

If you read the reports on JPMorgan database outage[1] and leave aside the products, I think there is an interesting scenario that you should test your NoSQL database. So here it is: if a node gets corrupted, will this issue get replicated/mirrored to other nodes? Or differently put: what mechanisms are available for checking the status and correctness of a node?


  1. For example Curt Monash’s ☞ report  ()

Original title and link: What Can We Learn from JPMorgan Database Outage? (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)