Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI) Overview
Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI) lets you create one or multiple secondary indexes on the same database table, with each SAI index based on any single column.
Exception: There is no need to define an SAI index based on a single-column partition key.
- SAI concepts
Use Storage-Attached Indexing (SAI) to create multiple secondary indexes on the same table.
- SAI quickstart
Follow the steps to get started quickly with SAI.
- SAI FAQs
Frequently asked questions about SAI.
- Working with SAI
Create, check, alter, drop, and query SAI.
- SAI operations
Configuring and monitoring SAI indexes.
- Querying with SAI
Understand the columns on which you can define SAI indexes and run queries.