How to avoid data conflicts in developing apps

Developing Apps Using a Database

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When developing applications, the eventual consistency model – where you merge all local copies of the data to make them eventually consistent – works just fine. That is, until there are data conflicts.

Conflict-free replicated data types (CRDTs) are designed to deliver strong eventual consistency through a predetermined set of conflict resolution rules and semantics.

In this white paper, explore how to design, develop and test geo-distributed apps using Redis CRDTs.

Vendor:
Redis Labs
Posted:
13 Nov 2018
Published:
13 Nov 2018
Format:
PDF
Length:
19 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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