Query with SSTable-attached secondary indexes (SASI)

Storage-attached indexes (SAI) can be used in queries to improve performance. SAIs are not a replacement for primary keys, but can be used to improve performance in some cases.


Query using SASI:

  SELECT * FROM cycling.cyclist_base WHERE name LIKE 'A%';
 cid                                  | age | birthday   | country       | name
 15a116fc-b833-4da6-ab9a-4a7775752836 |  18 | 1997-08-19 | United States | Adrien COSTA
 e7ae5cf3-d358-4d99-b900-85902fda9bb0 |  22 | 1993-06-18 |   New Zealand |   Alex FRAME

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