What are ACID Properties in RDBMS?
May 23, 2023
The ACID properties are fundamental principles that underpin the design and implementation of transactional systems in Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS). ACID stands for Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation and Durability, which ensure that transactions in RDBMS are executed in a reliable and predictable manner.
In this webinar, we will provide a comprehensive overview of the ACID properties and explain how they are implemented in RDBMS. We will delve into the details of each property and explain how they contribute to maintaining data integrity, avoiding concurrency issues and ensuring fault tolerance.
Whether you are a database developer, administrator or analyst, this webinar will provide valuable insights and knowledge to help you design, implement and maintain robust and reliable databases in your organization.
Senior Postgres DevOps Engineer
Doug Ortiz is a technologist with extensive experience in architecting, developing, migrating, and modernizing applications between on-premise and cloud platforms. He has worked with many different technologies including AWS, Azure, GCP, IaaC, Big Data, Data Analytics, DevOps, Linux, Kubernetes, Docker, Terraform, Ansible, Python, Scala and GoLang. Doug also has experience with database technologies such as PostgreSQL, Neo4J, MySQL, and SQL Server.
Currently at his role as a Senior Postgres DevOps Engineer many of his projects encompass Architecture, Design, Software Development, Tool Development, Infrastructure As Code, Script Automation, Blogging, Public Speaking, and Benchmarking.
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