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In today's technical world, we are witnessing a strong and increasing desire to scale systems to successfully complete workloads in a reasonable time frame. As a result of this scaling, an additional penalty of complexity is incurred in the system. In this paper, we have explained the tradeoffs that have to be taken into consideration while designing databases using CAP theorem and the consequences of this tradeoff. Problems of the CAP theorem itself and its limitations are discussed. CAPdoi:10.5120/ijca2016911921 fatcat:4bcbkmv36bfl3bdlo5to6aabpu