An Overview of Microsoft’s SQL Server In-Memory OLTP

  • March 20, 2014 · 5:45 PM

An Overview of Microsoft’s SQL Server In-Memory OLTP

In this overview session, we discuss the user scenarios and the hardware trends
such as decreasing memory cost, many-core processors, and stalling CPU clock
rate that prompted the key architectural pillars of memory optimization, no
lock/latch concurrency control, and native compilation. We also cover how
In-Memory OLTP is integrated into SQL Server.


Presented by Warner Chaves.

Warner is a SQL Server Certified Master and a Principal Consultant at Pythian, a global Canadian-based company specialized in DBA services.

A brief stint in .NET programming led to his early DBA formation working for enterprise customers in Hewlett-Packard's ITO organization.

From there he transitioned to his current position at Pythian, managing multiple customers and instances while leading a highly talented team of SQL Server DBAs.

He specializes on core engine features, performance tuning, scalability and high availability but has general interests from BI and data modeling all the
way to engine internals. When he's not working on some new client out of the office in Ottawa, Ontario he can be found in the sandy beaches of his home
country of Costa Rica.


 



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  • Stephen L.

    Very interesting presentation. Well presented and informative. Thanks!

    March 21, 2014

  • CK W.

    Good information. Good presenter. Good discussion.

    March 21, 2014

  • Vlad K.

    Hello colleagues,
    Recently I've finished some project and now I'm looking for next position as DBA SQL. If you know any company that is looking for DBA, please let me know.
    See you on upcoming session!

    March 17, 2014

  • Jean-Rene R.

    Cool! I just learn that Pythian is our pizza sponsor for this meeting.

    March 3, 2014

  • Jean-Rene R.

    We just change the date of this meeting from Feb. 13th to March 20th.

    January 23, 2014

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