Getting Started With Distributed SQL

In recent years, NoSQL distributed databases have become common, as they are built from the ground up to be distributed. Yet they force difficult design choices, such as choosing availability over consistency, data integrity, and ease of query, to meet their applications’ need for scale. This Refcard serves as a reference to the key characteristics of distributed SQL databases, how functionality compares across database offerings, and the criteria for designing a proof of concept.

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