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Database Internals

A Deep Dive into How Distributed Data Systems Work

The book provides a comprehensive exploration of database systems, focusing on the internal mechanisms that enable distributed data systems to operate efficiently and reliably. It covers fundamental concepts such as storage, indexing, and the intricacies of consistency models, replication, and partitioning within the context of both relational and NoSQL databases.

Key points:

1. Data Structures and Algorithms: The book focuses on key data structures and algorithms in databases, such as B-trees, LSM-trees, and hash indexes.

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