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📕 What is Sharding / Horizontal sharding?
A technique to partition a set of related data into smaller groups. Each group is called a shard, which has logically same schema as the unsharded data, the only difference is the data size. This technique is often to address scalability issue when a single database instance is incapable of serving all data, thus sharding is introduced to split the data and spread load across multiple instances. Sharding brings quite a lot overhead, so normally it's the last resort until a single instance reaches its scaling limit.
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