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Possible Impossibility – The Race to Zero Latency

I recently read a book called: "Physics of the Impossible" by the theoretical physicist Michio Kaku. Dr. Kaku lists "Possible Impossibilities" and classifies these into different categories where all these "impossibilities" may happen in the near/distant future. When talking about "zero latency", I consider this something we can achieve today. The term "zero latency" is commonly

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NoCAP Part III GigaSpaces clustering explained..

In part-I of this post I tried to suggest a scalable architecture that can deal all three properties of CAP. Part II goes back to the definition of Availability and Partition tolerance and the different views on that regard. In…

 
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NoCAP Part III GigaSpaces clustering explained..

In part-I of this post I tried to suggest a scalable architecture that can deal all three properties of CAP. Part II goes back to the definition of Availability and Partition tolerance and the different views on that regard. In…

 
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