By Manohar Mirle
Storing a unique value as a rowkey is common in most use cases. However, when the unique key is formed by a combination of two values, the retrieval of the record takes more time as the whole database is searched for the given partial key. The challenge: how to store records with duplicate keys in an efficient way.
We have implemented an optimized approach for storing such data efficiently. The application is already in production and handling massive workloads for our telco customers. This session discusses the various approaches to storing data with duplicate keys and retrieving the data in milliseconds.