Thomas has been working with SQL Server since version 6.5 and performance tuned cubes since OLAP Server 7.0. He has worked on some of the largest cubes in the world. Performing fast loading of warehousing and removing every bottleneck is one of Thomas specialties. He holds a master degree in computer science and has 10+ years of experience with developer coaching and scalable architectures on both OLTP and OLAP systems.
In this session we will take a deeper look at how SQL Server uses I/O and how you can design the I/O system to meet the requirements of your applications.
In this presentation, I will introduce the Madison architecture and provide a roadmap with major milestones for this product
See the lessons learned from stressing 128 cores
If you want to understand how to load data into Sql Server very quickly then this is the session for you.
My Name is Thomas Keyser and I work for Microsoft in the SQLCAT team. I hold the land speed record for data loading in SQL Server so come here my talk on the options you have.
My Name is Thomas Keyser and I work for Microsoft in the SQLCAT team. I hold the land speed record for data loading in SQL Server. This talk focuses on lessons learned when using high end hardware and stressing it.
This session is taken from lessons learned in the field on being able to scale data models to handle multi-terabytes of data. Come to this session and understand the difficulties before you encounter them.
In this session, I will take simple SQL statements, the stuff you write every day, and bump up the scale until things start breaking
: We are looking at the dawn of a new workload: BigData. In this session I will talk about what BigData is, and which BigData technologies Microsoft are working on.
This talk will explain the patterns that we recommend to customers when designing data warehouses. This talk will help people learning about DW for the first time and also give insight for those who wish to learn more.