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Parallel Data Warehouse for OLTP


Parallel Data Warehouse for OLTP

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Hi,

Is Parallel Data Warehouse feature of SQL Server 2008 R2 targeted only for OLAP/BI impementations?

Can we use it for hosting OLTP databases as well?

Thanks.
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praveen_vejandla (4/9/2013)
Hi,

Is Parallel Data Warehouse feature of SQL Server 2008 R2 targeted only for OLAP/BI impementations?

Can we use it for hosting OLTP databases as well?

Thanks.


ABSOLUTELY NOT!! It is purpose built from the ground up for large scan aggregates.

What you MAY want to check out is Hekaton. If you have seriously high transaction volumes MS may let you in on the TAP.

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