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Google App Engine High Replication Datastore

The High Replication Datastore provides the highest level of availability for your reads and writes, at the cost of increased latency for writes and changes in consistency guarantees in the API. The High Replication Datastore increases the number of data centers that maintain replicas of your data by using the Paxos algorithm to synchronize that data across datacenters in real time.

Still not completely decentralized a la Amazon Dynamo.

Original title and link: Google App Engine High Replication Datastore (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://googleappengine.blogspot.com/2011/01/announcing-high-replication-datastore.html