Database Index: usage of B+ tree in the practical database system
By Yan Yu on 15 April 2020

Continuing with our last database index blog, in this part 2, we will briefly look at how B+ tree is used in the actual database system to indexing data, also we will take a brief comparison of the difference between the relational database and no-sql database. The widely used MySQL will be used as an example throughout this blog.

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By Yan Yu on 12 September 2019

Many of us work with databases occasionally or daily. And I bet all of us are being told that to speed up the query speed, we can create and use index for tables. But probably few of us know how index is actually implemented under the hood, myself included. So I started developing an interest in this topic a while ago and wanted to know, at least at a high level, what makes database indexing happens.