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For obvious reason I really like this approach: http://doc.baratine.io/v1.0.0/release-notes/1.0/
When we first started Baratine, it was just an in-memory service platform backed by a queue. The problem Baratine was trying to solve was simple. It’s incredibly inefficient having to touch the database upon every read or update request. Baratine revolutionizes the traditional model by keeping data in memory. You only need to worry about updating your in-memory dataset. Baratine is responsible for persisting your data to the database at set intervals. In effect, Baratine takes the database out of the operational critical path. The in-memory data becomes operational data that it is live and always ready-to-use.