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リンク The Distributed SQL Blog Four Data Sharding Strategies We Analyzed in Building a Distributed SQL Database - The Distributed SQL Blog A distributed SQL database needs to automatically partition the data in a table and distribute it across nodes. This is known as data sharding and it can be achieved through different strategies, each with its own tradeoffs. In this post, we will examine