Jun 242015
 

I’ve been to nearly all the SQL Saturday locations in the Midwest at one point or another, but Indy has been one of the very few that’s evaded me. (Minnesota, you’re next!) I’m very happy to be presenting in The Circle City this year at SQL Saturday Indianapolis on August 8 2015! I’m really looking forward to being part of the tremendous group of presenters put together by the organizing committee.

My presentation is all about the wonderful new features in SQL Server 2014 other than In-Memory OLTP, more commonly known as “Hekaton”, which was it’s feature codename. In-Memory OLTP is arguably the most significant feature in 2014 and tends to get the most love, but SQL Server 2014 offers plenty of other awesomeness that far more environments can benefit from. This session gives those other features some much-deserved attention, and shows attendees how they can take advantage of all the new improvements.

If you haven’t already signed up for SQL Saturday Indianapolis, register now! I hope to see you there!

  3 Responses to “Speaking at SQL Saturday Indianapolis 2015!”

  1. Yes, Hekaton is far too restrictive in SQL 2014 to be very useful. Columnstore is by far the most impactful enhanced feature of SQL Server 2014–& not that it’s writable, but the optimizer improvements. I’m a big fan of enhanced partition switching as well. Did I mention delayed durability? The list goes on. Good luck–& see you there!

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