Traditional RDBMS applications have transactional or ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability) support as an integral part of the solution. However, NoSQL solutions, including Cassandra, use the CAP (Consistency, Availability, and Partition tolerance) theorem as their foundation. Let us see how real-world applications can be tackled using Cassandra's CAP-based architecture.
How can we use Cassandra for seemingly transactional problems?
Many enterprise-grade applications seem to be dependent on transactional ACID support usually provided by the underlying RDBMS. How can we build such applications using Cassandra?
Cassandra does not support ACID in the true ...