Jos de Bruijn
SQL Server 2014 In-Memory OLTP Overview and Key Concepts
In-Memory OLTP is a key feature in the In-Memory offerings of SQL Server 2014. We discuss the key user scenarios and the hardware trends that prompted the development of In-Memory OLTP. We will also introduce the new memory-optimized tables and natively compiled stored procedures, as well as the key memory and storage management concepts, and we will show how In-Memory OLTP can be used to improve the performance of a sample application.
Jos is a Senior Program Manager in the SQL Server Database Systems team. He works on the Hekaton project, which brings the In-Memory OLTP database technology to SQL Server. His main focus is on query processing, programmability, and transaction semantics for memory optimized tables and natively compiled stored procedures. In a previous life, he obtained a Ph.D. in knowledge representation and semantic web technology, and worked in academia for several years as an assistant professor.
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Aaron (LinkedIn ) is a Senior SQL Server Architect with over 10 years of experience in Architecture, Business Intelligence, Development, and Performance Tuning of SQL Server. He has experience managing enterprise wide data needs in both transactional and data warehouse environments.
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