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Speeding Up Your Application with an Automatic Index

Speeding Up Your Application without Slowing Down Your Release Cycle

by Oren Eini

Coding indexes takes time. Testing them takes even more.

To produce information for your users quickly, it can cost you in developer time and cloud computing expenses.

But it shouldn’t.

Why should you buy a database with some assembly required? A database is an application component. Like a bolt or a screw, it should be a single piece that makes your application better the moment you twist it in.

Without automatic indexing, that bolt comes in pieces.

Even when your index is ready, there is no guarantee it will give you the performance boost you are looking for.

Shouldn’t a database do everything that involves data so you can focus on your application?

Non-product Solution and Features

Automatic indexing is when your database creates the best index for you. It’s when a user makes a request for information, your database does one of the following:

  1. Create an index to get that information fast.
  2. Use an already existing index made when another user made the same query.
  3. Find an index that is “close”, and improve it.

Automatic indexing also includes erasing indexes that haven’t been used for a while. If you keep making an index for each query, they can add up, consuming memory. Discarding those not used keeps your database fresh and agile.

An Example

RavenDB automatically creates indexes for every query to save you time in processing requests.

RavenDB always reduces latency by making sure that every query is preceded by an index that makes it run faster.

Take a live one-on-one demo of RavenDB with a developer who is happy to answer all your questions.

Start boosting performance with automatic indexes today.

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