4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London

SQL 2014 In-Memory OLTP: Dope or Nope

SQL Server 2014 In-Memory OLTP Technology - AKA Hekaton - is here. Should you be getting excited? Will it prove to be the miracle turbo-boost for your databases that you are hoping for? In this session, three simple questions will be answered: Could you use it? How would you use it? And why would you want to use it? Tidy. So when your boss hears the buzz and wants everything converted ASAP, you'll know the score.
Presented by James Skipwith at SQLBits XII
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    James is a Microsoft Certified Master of SQL Server and has been consulting through his own company for seven years. He started life as a developer over seventeen years ago and has progressed from being an MSCD on Visual Basic 6 to an MCM.  In the pie that is SQL Server, he has his fingers in every slice; administration, development, automation, and Azure. He loves nothing more than making things that are large, fast, and low maintenance. He is currently automating an agile metadata-driven Anchor modeling DWH, where all the ETL is automatically generated.

    He has presented sessions at SQL Bits, SQL Relay, SQL Saturday, and at SQL User Groups across the country.

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