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Datanet: a New CRDT Database that Let's You Do Bad Bad Things to Distributed Data

We've had databases targeting consistency. These are your typical RDBMSs. We've had databases targeting availability. These are your typical NoSQL databases. If you're using your CAP decoder ring you know what's next...what databases do we have that target making concurrency a first class feature? That promise to thrive and continue to function when network partitions occur? No many, but we have a brand new concurrency oriented database: Datanet - a P2P replication system that utilizes CRDT algorithms to allow multiple concurrent actors to modify data and then automatically & sensibly resolve modification conflicts.
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