Transient data in SQL Server
This session is focused on transient data in SQL Server. We will look at questions like: What is stored in tempdb? Is tempdb a performance bottleneck? What are the differences between temporary tables and table variables? What is stored in the transaction log file and how can its size be kept under control?
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András Belokosztolszki is a software architect at Red Gate Software Ltd. He is a frequent speaker at many UK user groups. He is primarily interested in database internals and change management. At Red Gate he has designed and led the development of many database tools that compare schemata and enable source control for databases (SQL Compare versions 4 to 8), refactor databases (SQL Refactor) and show the history of databases by analyzing the transaction log (SQL Log Rescue). András has a PhD from Cambridge and an MSc and BSc from ELTE, Hungary.
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