MD. TANVIR RAHMANcodewithtanvir.hashnode.dev·Aug 22, 2024The CAP Theorem and MongoDB: Navigating Trade-offs in Distributed DatabasesIn the world of distributed databases, the CAP theorem, also known as Brewer's theorem, provides a foundational framework for understanding the trade-offs between different system characteristics. Before diving into CAP Theorem we need some knowledge...DiscussCAP-Theorem

Chinmay Pandyachinmaypandya.hashnode.dev·Jun 3, 2024Understanding the CAP Theorem in High-Level System DesignIn the realm of distributed systems, one of the foundational principles that every system designer must grasp is the CAP Theorem. This theorem, introduced by Eric Brewer in 2000, provides a framework for understanding the trade-offs involved in desig...Discuss·49 readsSystem Design

Shivam Saurabhsaurabhshivam.hashnode.dev·May 7, 2024System Design-2In the previous article, I have explained about databases and it’s importance in System Design. Now we will talk about properties of distributed system and CAP theorem (Brewer’s theorem). Properties of distributed system There is three main propertie...Discuss·10 likesSystem Designdistributed system

Vishesh Tiwarivisheshtiwari.hashnode.dev·May 4, 2024System Design Interview Basics: CAP vs. PACELCIn the realm of distributed systems, CAP Theorem has long been a guiding principle, shaping the design and understanding of data storage systems. However, as technology evolves and new challenges arise, the limitations of CAP Theorem have become appa...DiscussSystem Architecture

George Mulbahsirgeorge-2500.hashnode.dev·Mar 18, 2024The CAP Theorem: Choosing Your Trade-Offs in Distributed SystemsImagine you're designing a massive online store. You want your customers to always see the latest product information (consistency), be able to access the site even during network hiccups (availability), and keep things running smoothly even if a ser...Discussdistributed system

Aditya Ladadityaladblog.hashnode.dev·Feb 19, 2024CAP TheoremImagine you have a bunch of computers connected together, sharing data, like in a big online store or a social media platform. Now, when you're designing how these computers work together, you want three important things: Consistency: Every read rec...Discuss·17 likes·63 readsConsistency vs. Availability

Ayman Patelaymanace2049.hashnode.dev·Jan 14, 2024ABCs of DatabasesWhen we talk about creating APIs with a database for storage; we always think database to be a storage layer which would do its job of doing CRUD operations. But their is a unconscious belief of the API to be single user, single transaction. Even if ...Discuss·29 readsDatabases

Ammaramr1.hashnode.dev·Jan 7, 2024The CAP Theorem: NO CAP explanationIntroduction In the following article, we'll be learning as much as possible about the CAP theorem. What is the CAP theorem, you ask? The CAP theorem aka Brewer's theorem states that in order to design a distributed system, one has to choose a combin...DiscussSystem Design

ReadySetreadyset.hashnode.dev·Dec 15, 2023A Developer’s Guide to the CAP TheoremTwenty years after its debut, what is the role of the CAP theorem in modern-day distributed systems? Stumbling across the CAP theorem is like walking into a discussion (or a debate) already in progress. Imagine how others might feel walking into an a...DiscussCAP-Theorem

Prakhar Parasharicodeprakhar.hashnode.dev·Dec 9, 2023The Unsolvable Triangle: CAP TheoremIntroduction In the world of distributed systems, data consistency, availability, and partition tolerance are key considerations. Unfortunately, achieving all three of these goals simultaneously is impossible. This is where the CAP Theorem, also know...Discuss·15 likes·131 readsCAP-TheoremInsightful article 3