after the first two paragraphs it ignores the issue it raises to become just a list of random datastores
to make a reasonable decision we need to know what the trade-offs are of each option
memcached fails ACID because it stores everything in ram, so it looses the D (durability)
note that many 'regular' databases can also be configured to sacrafice durability in the name of performance.
the real common thread between these datastores is less the fact that they sacrafice ACID than in the fact that they ignore SQL.
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