4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London

SQL 2014 In-Memory Design Pattern #1: The Flaming Partition

Is your incoming data volume becoming just too hot to handle? What you need is an In-Memory OLTP "Flaming" partition! In this session you will see how to put SQL 2014 In-Memory OLTP into action with one of the design patterns that it is ideally suited for. We'll start with a problem and end with a solution. Simple.
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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