NoSQL, eventual consistency implies that the system is left in a consistent state after all of the service logic has been completed. This idea is utilized in distributed systems to achieve high availability. It ensures that if no new changes I made to a particular item, all access to that item will ultimately return the last modified value. It is expressed in terms of BASE and RDMS, which are also known as ACID characteristics in NoSQL
Client applications may now rely on eventual consistency thanks to no SQL databases. Mongo DB and Cassandra are two NoSQL databases that are eventually consistent in various start-ups.
Posted Date:- 2021-11-13 05:30:18