Isolation is defined as the ability of a database to perform multiple transactions concurrently without negatively affecting each outcome. This article will explain these levels and outline the tradeoffs between them. We will also recommend choosing the isolation level best suited to your needs.

Let’s start with the minimum knowledge required to use isolation levels effectively by examining two use cases representative of most applications and their effects on different isolation levels.

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