Migration considerations for In-memory OLTP-What, Why, How
In-memory OLTP is probably one of the most radical technologies to hit SQL Server in a long time. It has become the topic of endless discussions, debates, and the unavoidable myths. In this session we will cover the actual pains that drove the design of in-memory OLTP. We will understand WHAT it was created for, WHY it solves challenges that proved to be extremely hard to solve, HOW to find out if it is the right technology for you and not less important, what it was NOT designed for. We will cover a few real stories of applications that have utilized In-Memory OLTP successfully.
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Ami Levin is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP, with over 20 years of experience in the IT industry. For the past 14 years he has been consulting, teaching and speaking on SQL Server worldwide. He manages the Israeli SQL Server user group, moderates the local MSDN SQL Server support forum, and is a regular speaker at Microsoft conferences. Levin’s areas of expertise are data modeling, database design, T-SQL and performance tuning. He blogs and publishes regularly on sql-server-tuning.com.
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