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The Promise - and the Pitfalls - of In-Memory OLTP

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When SQL Server 2014 was released, it included Hekaton, Microsoft’s much talked about memory-optimized engine that brings In-Memory OLTP into play. With memory-optimized tables 30 times faster than disk-based tables, higher performance is promised – but at what cost? Jonathan Watts looks at the features that have improved, and those that need careful consideration.

2015-02-20

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SQL Server 2014 Key Features and Enhancements

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SQL Server 2014 comes with a set of enhancements as compared to its processors that brings a lot of business benefits to the applications in OLTP and OLAP environments. This articles highlights a few key enhancements that are built into the product.

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2014-04-14

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Implementing Change Data Capture

I have a complex environment that uses quite a few SQL Server 2022 servers. We have a powerful SQL Server running Enterprise that hosts most of our transaction data. However, there are remote locations that run Standard, Web, Express, and Express with Advanced Services editions for local collection of data before the data is transferred to our central Enterprise Edition server. We are considering using Change Data Capture (CDC) to lower the amount of data we transfer from clients. Which editions can we implement this feature on?

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