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Web applications have been shifting their storage systems from SQL to NOSQL systems. NOSQL systems scale well but drop many convenient SQL features, such as joins, secondary indexes, and/or transactions. We design, develop, and evaluate Yesquel, a system that provides performance and scalability comparable to NOSQL with all the features of a SQL relational system. Yesquel has a new architecture and a new distributed data structure, called YDBT, which Yesquel uses for storage, and which performsdoi:10.1145/2815400.2815413 dblp:conf/sosp/AguileraLW15 fatcat:rfsszlwqtrgxteambhez3dk4qa