Database sharding

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Database Sharding is a database architecture pattern related to horizontal partitioning — the practice of separating one table’s rows into multiple different tables, known as partitions. Each partition has the same schema and columns, but also entirely different rows. [1]

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References

  1. Mark Drake. Understanding Database Sharding. Digital Ocean Community Tutorial.