Tag Archives: colocation

Distribution, Not Just for Joins

So I think in previous posts the need for distribution and therefore the benefit for colocation of data to handle joins has been pretty well covered.  But there are several other scenarios where data needs to be distributed to process. … Continue reading

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Distributed Joins, Modeling for Colocation

This post will build on my previous post Distributed Joins, The Basics.   So we will extend the example from a customer table and an orders table, to a customer table , orders table, and order_items table.  Logically the customer skey  … Continue reading

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Distributed Joins, The Basics

This post is really about some base understanding that will be needed to understand some later performance methods.  I find to understand database performance it is helpful to understand and think how things are done at the most basic level.  … Continue reading

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