SDU Show 62 features Microsoft Principal Researcher Paul Larson discussing the in-memory tables, and clustered columnstore technologies behind SQL Server 2014.
SQL Down Under · 51 minutes · 8 years ago
SDU Show 62 with guest Paul LarsonSDU Show 62 features Microsoft Principal Researcher Paul Larson discussing the in-memory tables, and clustered columnstore technologies behind SQL Server 2014.
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