database management systems
In 1981, Jim Grey introduced the ACID principle, which states that database management systems must ensure atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability (particularly as it relates to transaction processing). This principle has guided the design of database management systems and support for transaction processing for decades. More recently, some database systems (particularly systems that are not based on the relational model and do not use SQL) have instead emphasized BASE (basically available, soft state, eventually consistent).
Discuss how each principle applies to life project. What advantages or disadvantages do you foresee when trying to apply the principles to projects? Which principle is more relevant and why?
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