Concourse uses a buffered storage system that commits all data to disk immediately and does rich indexing in the background. This system is carefully designed to ensure high throughput, consistency and durability at all times.
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- How does Concourse achieve fast writes even though all data is automatically indexed and immediately synced to disk?
- What is the CAP Theorem and how does it apply to Concourse
- Does Concourse support the Structured Query Language (SQL)?
- What are the licensing terms for Concourse?
- What kind of database in Concourse?
- Is Concourse an OLTP or OLAP database?
- Does Concourse support ACID Transactions?
- Can I index data in Concourse for faster retrieval?
- Is it possible to to have multiple databases (one for each project)?
- How does Concourse differ from other databases?