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Published December 28, 2022

At the Whiteboard with Ocient: Indexing at Hyperscale

Dylan Murphy, Director of Product at Ocient, discusses how secondary indexing works at hyperscale.

Secondary indexing is a powerful tool that can greatly enhance the performance and efficiency of data analytics operations. With the Ocient Hyperscale Data Warehouse and analytics software, you can easily implement secondary indexing and get the most out of your data.

In this video, Murphy explores the basics of secondary indexing and how Ocient makes it easy to get started. He cover topics such as:

  • What is secondary indexing and why is it important for data analytics
  • How Ocient’s data warehouse and analytics software uses secondary indexing to speed up query performance
  • The different types of secondary indexing available in Ocient, and how to choose the right one for your needs

By the end of this video, you will have a comprehensive understanding of secondary indexing and how it can help you make the most of your largest, most compute-intensive workloads.