Andreas Wolter (www.andreas-wolter.com) has worked for over a decade as trainer (MCT), consultant and architect for SQL Server systems. He is one of less than a dozen experts worldwide, who have been certified as Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) on SQL Server 2008 and additionally Microsoft Certified Solutions Master Data Platform (MCSM) on SQL Server 2012.
Being an active member of the PASS he is also a speaker at various international conferences since several years.
With his Germany-based company, Sarpedon Quality Lab (www.SarpedonQualityLab.com), he provides development and optimization of database systems, with a focus on scalable, performing and secure deployments across Europe and worldwide. You can also follow him at Twitter at twitter.com/AndreasWolter.
Archives: May 2014
Artikel „SQL Server 2014 – Neues Fundament“ in iX Ausgabe 5/2014, Richtigstellungen zu In-Memory OLTP und ColumnStore Indexes und warum AlwaysOn nicht gleich Always On ist
Article “SQL Server 2014 – New Fundament” in iX Issue 5/2014, corrections in In-Memory OLTP and ColumnStore Indexes, and why AlwaysOn is not the same as Always On.
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Posted in Andreas Wolter SQL Server & BI blog (English / German) on 8 May 2014
Sprecher auf der SQLBits 2014 zu In-Memory OLTP und Sicherheit
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Posted in Andreas Wolter SQL Server & BI blog (English / German) on 7 May 2014