ACID vs. BASE: The Shifting pH of Database Transaction Processing

In Chemistry, pH measures the relative basicity and acidity of an aqueous (solvent in water) solution. The pH scale extends from 0 (highly acidic substances such as battery acid) to 14 (highly alkaline substances like lie); pure water at 77° F (25° C) has a pH of 7 and is neutral. Data engineers have cleverly … Continue reading ACID vs. BASE: The Shifting pH of Database Transaction Processing