I’m curious if it passes and fails Jepsen the same way. Is that something one could easily test themselves?
All of the information I could find on the website was related to performance and not to correctness. It’s great if it is super fast but I’m pretty concervative about databases and need to know my data will still be there when I read it again and not be corrupt.
Also, I wonder how trigger shy the FoundationDB buy makes people to try DBs that have a business behind them. Apple is a big user of Cassandra….
Interesting to see AGPL3 as the license.