SQL Server temporal tables are a relatively new introduction to the SQL Server stack, representing a unique way to store temporal (time-based) data. These system-versioned temporal tables can be used to create versions of your data over time, allowing for point-in-time historical analysis of changed data.
In this presentation, we will introduce and review the essentials of system-versioned temporal tables in SQL Server. We will cover the concept of temporal storage, and demonstrate how these are implemented in SQL Server. Finally, we will demonstrate the use of temporal tables through several realistic examples.
Speaker: TIM MITCHELL, Microsoft Data Platform MVP
6:30-6:45 Meeting Announcements
Pizza and Soda will be provided