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Google Megastore Paper Summarized

In case you didn’t read the Google Megastore paper[1], James Hamilton has published his notes on the paper:

Overall, an excellent paper with lots of detail on a nicely executed storage system. Supporting consistent read and full ACID update semantics is impressive although the limitation of not being able to update an entity group at more than a “few per second” is limiting.

Original title and link: Google Megastore Paper Summarized (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://perspectives.mvdirona.com/2011/01/09/GoogleMegastoreTheDataEngineBehindGAE.aspx