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Exploring Distributed Locks Across Various Platforms

Distributed locks are a critical concept in the world of distributed systems, necessary for maintaining data consistency, coordination, and synchronization across various nodes of a system. They serve as a concurrency control mechanism to restrict multiple processes from accessing or modifying shared resources simultaneously. In this post, we take a look at a few ways to implement a distributed locks using redis, zookeeper and etcd.