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Yugabyte's double-decker DBaaS follows Cochroach in distributed RDBMS

W.S.Gosset Silver badge


They're both talking like standard 3GL-style people, especially when they imply their idea of relational is SQL as a language. Does anyone have any insight into both or either of their underpinnings' actual relational capacity? Not just whether transactions are genuine, but critically their isolation levels. Precious few rdbms's can manage full isolation/predicate locking (e.g. Oracle needs to be shut down and restarted with a special setting, after which its locking granularity is Table...)

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