A computer network where information is stored on more than one node, by means of data replication it is termed as Distributed Data Store. It is used to refer to a distributed database where users store information on a number of nodes, or a computer network in which users store information on a number of peer network nodes. Distributed databases are usually non-relational databases that make a quick access to data over a large number of nodes possible. Some distributed databases expose rich query abilities while others are limited to a key-value store semantics. Peer network nodes on the other hand allow users to reciprocate and allow other users to use their computer as a storage node as well. Information may or may not be accessible to other users depending on the design of the network. Some peer-to-peer networks do not have distributed data stores in that the user's data is only available when their node is on the network.
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