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