Read a Cloud Spanner query execution plan and see how to get more information.
- (narrator) All right.…Let's continue our tour of query execution plans.…So if we scroll down, I pointed out in a previous movie…that the index that we had required here was being used,…and you can see that right down here.…But just going a little bit deeper, so this is working…with a distributed union, a local distributed union,…serializing the result, and then filtering,…as we would expect.…Now, this is, you know, again, a beta product.…I expect Google will be adding…more visualization information to this interface…as the product matures.…
But they have provided a very useful operator…and guided tour that I'm gonna take you over to.…Because as we were working with data at scale,…we'll be able to apply a number of the techniques…that we're familiar with, such as adding secondary indexes,…making sure that our sequel is written…in the most appropriate way, and so on, so forth.…But we need to know how to read the output…so that we can optimize properly.…So I'm gonna jump over there.…And here we are at Google's explanation…
- What is Cloud Spanner?
- Creating an instance and database using the console
- Making hot schema updates
- Cloud Spanner queries
- Loading data into Cloud Spanner
- Understanding transactions
- Cloud Spanner DevOps tools
- Auditing logs with Stackdriver
- Cost optimization
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Why Cloud Spanner?
2. Cloud Spanner Basics
3. Cloud Spanner Queries
4. Cloud Spanner DevOps
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