A New Transactional Model - Keith Bostic

MongoDB Transactions are a major new piece of functionality for users. Early releases of the MongoDB database focused on applications without rigorous transactional semantics, as is common in NoSQL databases. However, some MongoDB users desire advanced transactional features, including multi-document transactions, point-in-time reads, and the choice of snapshot or read-committed isolation.
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