Log-Structured-Merge (LSM) Tree gains much attention recently because of its superior performance in write-intensive workloads. LSM Tree uses an append-only structure in memory to achieve low write latency; at memory capacity, in-memory data are flushed to other storage media (e.g. disk). Consequently, read access is slower comparing to write. These specific features of LSM, including no in-place update and asymmetric read/write performance raise unique challenges in index maintenance for LSM. The structural difference between LSM and B-Tree also prevents mature B-Tree based approaches from being directly applied.