Lockless in Seattle: Using In-Memory OLTP for Transaction Processing
Locks and latches have long been the mechanism used to implement SQL Server concurrency control, but with the introduction of In-Memory OLTP the paradigm has shifted. Are we really looking at the Brave New World of Transaction Processing or a dystopian nightmare?
In this session, we will understand how In-Memory OLTP architecture is implemented and how its mechanics function. We will learn what transactional bad dependencies and other considerations are introduced by its use and what capabilities are provided by SQL Server 2016.
6.45 – Registration and pizza
7.15 – Session
8.15 – Close
Mark Broadbent is a SQL Server MCM and Microsoft Data Platform MVP and has worked with SQL Server since 1997. He is the lead to UK's SQLSaturday Cambridge (its first and largest), SharePoint Saturday Cambridge, Hybrid Virtual Chapter and SQLEA User Group.
University Campus Suffolk (UCS) Waterfront Building
IP3 8AH Ipswich
Tuesday 20 October 2016 - 6.45pm til 8.15pm