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Extreme Transaction Processing (XTP) is an exceptionally demanding form of transaction processing. Transactions of 10,000 concurrent accesses (500 transaction per second) or more would require this form of processingThis book is your ultimate resource for Extreme Transaction Processing. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Extreme Transaction Processing right away, covering: Extreme Transaction Processing, Pseudoconversational transaction, Transaction processing, ACID, Atomic commit, Atomicity (database systems), Atomicity (programming), Big data, Blind write, CICS, CloudTran, Commit (data management), Commitment ordering, The History of Commitment Ordering, Compensating transaction, Concurrency control, Consistency model, Data integrity, Data recovery, List of data recovery software, Database transaction, Distributed concurrency control, Distributed transaction, Distributed Transaction Coordinator, DUCS (software), Durability (database systems), Error account, Global concurrency control, Global serializability, IBM MTCS, IBM OD390, IBM TXSeries, IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale, In- database processing, Index locking, Indivisibility (programming), Intent log, Isolation (database systems), Kernel Transaction Manager, Linearizability, Locks with ordered sharing, Long-lived transaction, Long-running transaction, Lynkos, Microsoft Transaction Server, Modular concurrency control, Modular serializability, Multiversion concurrency control, Nested transaction, Non- lock concurrency control, Online transaction processing, Oracle Coherence, Photo recovery, Purchase-to-pay, Quorum (distributed computing), Read-write conflict, Record locking, Redo log, Rollback (data management), Same-day affirmation, Savepoint, Scalability, Schedule (computer science), Serializability, Serializability theory, Snapshot isolation, Software transactional memory, Straight- through processing, Strong strict two-phase locking, TATP Benchmark, Teleprocessing monitor, Temporal database, Thomas write rule, Three-phase commit protocol, Timestamp-based concurrency control, Transaction data, Transaction log, Transaction Processing Facility, Transaction processing system, Transaction processing systems, Transaction server, Transaction time, Transactional memory, Transactional NTFS, Transactions per second, Tuxedo (software), Two-phase commit protocol, Two-phase locking, Uninterruptibility (programming), Westi (software), Write-read conflict, Write-write conflict, WS-Transaction, X/Open XA, Computer cluster, Grid computing, Complex event processing, Distributed computing, Transaction Processing Performance Council This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Extreme Transaction Processing. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Extreme Transaction Processing with the objectivity of experienced professionals.