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PASS Summit Live Keynote – Release 4

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Document DB: Blazing fast planet-scale NoSQL:

  • Guaranteed Low Latency
  • Elastically Scaling Storage
  • Elastically Scaling Throughput
  • No Impedance Mismatch
  • Choice of Consistency
  • Enterprise Level SLA

Azure + DocumentDB with leading game technology. A game and TV show integration of Walking Dead that brings exclusive clip content into the game using Azure media services.

15 million installs

120 GB of new data each day

11,500 DocumentDB requests per second

43 million Walkers eliminated each day

1.9 million matches made each day utilizing DocumentDB

1 million guilds

10 million chat messages per day

250 million leader board entries


Integral Analytics Scott Smith VP of Product has come on stage that discusses how data science and software company that provides core operational, planning, and valuation applications for utilities and other participants in the electric-energy industry.

Visualization of data that is important being able to keep lights and data centers running with giving respect to the electric grid – – all using the Azure Data Warehouse capabilities.

Electric Grid: from 100K to 500M records per 1M customers a day in the past 5 years


The SQL Professor

Chris Yates is a Database Administration Manager with over thirteen years of experience in the SQL industry. His experience includes design and implementation of both OLTP and OLAP solutions as well as assessment and implementation of SQL Server environments for best practices, performance, and high availability solutions accompanied by a strong development background. He enjoys helping others in the SQL Server community and does this by contributing on several SQL forums, creating “The SQL Professor”, and speaking at several SQL functions. His passion and focus is not only with technology but also helping others along their way and career path.

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