Dia 16/05, das 19h00 às 20h00, teremos uma EXCELENTE palestra de SQL Server com o Benjamin Nevarez falando sobre IN-MEMORY.
APENAS PARA ESCLARECIMENTOS GERAIS PARA QUEM JÁ FEZ SUA INSCRIÇÃO OU TEM INTERESSE EM INSCREVER-SE PARA O WORKSHOP DE SEXTA-FEIRA (19/05), ESSA PALESTRA NÃO SUBSTITUI O WORKSHOP, POIS TERÁ DURAÇÃO DE APENAS 60 MINUTOS, ENQUANTO O WORKSHOP SERÁ DE 8 HORAS, OS ASSUNTOS ABORDADOS SÃO DIFERENTES E O WORKSHOP SERÁ MUITO MAIS DETALHADO!!!!!!!
O evento acontecerá na Avenida Paulista, 509 – 12º andar (ao lado da estação Brigadeiro do metrô).
Seguem as informações detalhadas sobre a sessão do Benjamin e também sua bio:
Query Processing in In-Memory OLTP (Hekaton)
In-Memory OLTP (code name: Hekaton) is one of the most important features in SQL Server, and this session will teach you how query processing and optimization work with this new database engine. After explaining the basics, we will discuss how the query optimizer is used in In-Memory OLTP by both natively compiled stored procedures and by traditional stored procedures accessing memory-optimized tables through the query interop functionality. We will also take a look at how the new hash and range indexes are used, as well as how their performance implications are also covered along with the process of translating the plan created by the query optimizer into C code. Finally, some limitations with the current release will also be explained.
Benjamin Nevarez is a database professional based in Los Angeles, California who specializes in SQL Server query tuning and optimization. He is the author of three books, “High Performance SQL Server”, “SQL Server 2014 Query Tuning & Optimization” and “Inside the SQL Server Query Optimizer” and has also coauthored other books including “SQL Server 2012 Internals”. Benjamin has also been a speaker at many SQL Server conferences and events around the world including the PASS Summit, SQL Server Connections and SQLBits. His blog can be found at http://www.benjaminnevarez.com and he can also be reached on twitter at @BenjaminNevarez.
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