Jonathan Watts is a project manager at Redgate and has worked on all of Redgate’s SQL products since he joined the company in 2004. He may try to pretend he’s not a geek, but with fifteen cameras, three android devices and a lifetime subscription to Sci-Fi Magazine, no one’s fooled.
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.… Read more
Red Gate is running a free beta program for our next version of SQL Compare. If you currently have SQL Compare or if you’d like to try SQL Compare for the first time, now’s your chance to try out new features and leave your feedback. Also we will be randomly selecting one lucky person from … Read more