Scalable, Distributed Secondary Indexing in Scylla

Scalable, Distributed Secondary Indexing in Scylla
  • How Apache Cassandra implements Secondary Indexes using local indexing
  • Why we decided to take a different implementation strategy for Scylla using global indexing
  • How global indexing affects how you should use Secondary Indexing
  • How to create your own Secondary Indexes and use them in your application CQL queries

Background

Global Indexing

Example

When to use Secondary Indexes?

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The monstrously-fast NoSQL database.

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ScyllaDB

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The monstrously-fast NoSQL database.

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