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Designing distributed database systems is an inherently complex process, involving many choices and tradeoffs that must be considered. It is impossible to build a distributed database that has all the features that users intuitively desire. In this article, we discuss the three-way relationship between three such desirable features — fairness, isolation, and throughput (FIT) — and argue that only two out of the three of them can be achieved simultaneously.