Polybase (SQL2016 CTP2)

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  • Koen Verbeeck

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    Great question! Keep those SQL 2016 questions coming!

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  • Ed Wagner

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    Koen Verbeeck (7/10/2015)


    Great question! Keep those SQL 2016 questions coming!

    Do you have it installed or are you gearing up for an installation?

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    Great question! Keep those SQL 2016 questions coming!

    Do you have it installed or are you gearing up for an installation?

    I have a HyperV VM spinning with SQL 2016 CTP2.1.

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  • Ed Wagner

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    Koen Verbeeck (7/10/2015)


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    Koen Verbeeck (7/10/2015)


    Great question! Keep those SQL 2016 questions coming!

    Do you have it installed or are you gearing up for an installation?

    I have a HyperV VM spinning with SQL 2016 CTP2.1.

    Very nice. Have fun with it. It'll be a while before I get to play around with it. Honestly, given history, I wouldn't even consider it for production until at least SP1 comes out. Then again, I'm slightly paranoid about stability.

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    Ed Wagner (7/10/2015)


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    Koen Verbeeck (7/10/2015)


    Great question! Keep those SQL 2016 questions coming!

    Do you have it installed or are you gearing up for an installation?

    I have a HyperV VM spinning with SQL 2016 CTP2.1.

    Very nice. Have fun with it. It'll be a while before I get to play around with it. Honestly, given history, I wouldn't even consider it for production until at least SP1 comes out. Then again, I'm slightly paranoid about stability.

    It's not for putting in production. As consultant I like to know most of the features so that I can use them at clients whenever they install SQL 2016.

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    Koen Verbeeck (7/10/2015)


    Great question! Keep those SQL 2016 questions coming!

    Do you have it installed or are you gearing up for an installation?

    I have a HyperV VM spinning with SQL 2016 CTP2.1.

    Very nice. Have fun with it. It'll be a while before I get to play around with it. Honestly, given history, I wouldn't even consider it for production until at least SP1 comes out. Then again, I'm slightly paranoid about stability.

    It's not for putting in production. As consultant I like to know most of the features so that I can use them at clients whenever they install SQL 2016.

    +1

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  • TomThomson

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    Good question. I got it wrong, so learnt something.

    I wonder why it isn't documented in the Max Capacity specs page for CTP2.

    Tom

  • SQL_Hunt

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    Thanks Pramod for the nice question!!!!

    Just to give everyone a bit more detail about "polybase" :

    PolyBase allows you to use T-SQL statements to access data stored in Hadoop or Azure Blob Storage and query it in an adhoc fashion. It also lets you query semi-structured data and join the results with relational data sets stored in SQL Server. PolyBase is optimized for data warehousing workloads and intended for analytical query scenarios.

    Thanks.

  • Ken Wymore

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    Nice question Pramod! I'm looking to install a test copy of 2016 sometime soon and I may have to play around with this feature.

  • Revenant

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    Wow - we are getting into 2016! Thanks, Pramod!

  • xsevensinzx

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    Thanks Pramod for the nice question!!!!

    Just to give everyone a bit more detail about "polybase" :

    PolyBase allows you to use T-SQL statements to access data stored in Hadoop or Azure Blob Storage and query it in an adhoc fashion. It also lets you query semi-structured data and join the results with relational data sets stored in SQL Server. PolyBase is optimized for data warehousing workloads and intended for analytical query scenarios.

    I only got this right because I was reading about it the other night. It sounds amazing and I can't wait to use it with Hadoop.

  • akljfhnlaflkj

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    Thanks for the new question.

  • Arno Kwetters

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    Never heard of this functionality.

    Learned again something.

    Thanks.

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