Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI) Overview

Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI) allow you create one or multiple secondary indexes on the same database table, with each SAI index based on any column. Exception: there is no need to define an SAI index based on a single-column partition key.

Topic Description

What is SAI?

General concepts of Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI).

SAI quickstart

Follow the steps to get started quickly with Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI).

SAI examples

Examples of using Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI).

Create SAI index

Create a SAI index on a table.

Check SAI index

Check if a SAI index exists on a table.

Alter SAI index

Alter a SAI index on a table.

Drop SAI index

Drop a SAI index from a table.

SAI queries

Run queries using SAI indexes.

Configure SAI indexes

Configure SAI settings.

Monitor SAI indexes

Monitor SAI indexes.


Frequently asked questions about Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI).

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