I have a 2 million row table used in my CRUD Python app, I’m worried that as the table grows my inserts will slow down, should I consider sharding my database or partition the table?
Someone asked a question on Twitter and I thought it's interesting to answer it here in the show.
I have a 2 million row table used in my CRUD python app, I’m worried that as the table grows my inserts will slow down, should I consider sharding my database or partition the table? thank you
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