SQL Server 2012 Memory Management
SQL Server 2012 brings a wide range of changes, including a key change in
how SQL Server memory is managed. Earlier releases of SQL Server have two memory
managers, which have now been merged into one. And that’s just the beginning of
the changes for SQL Server memory.
This session will dive into SQL Server 2012's new memory architecture. We'll see how to diagnose memory
performance issues and gain insight into memory pressure issues. We'll also cover the settings to adjust memory configuration levels and their impact.
Learn the ways to determine if your memory is performance is 'Healthy' or needs some TLC
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Neil Hambly is a Senior DBA @ Confio Software, having held various SQL Server roles during the last 14 years @ market leading companies (Accenture, ABN AMRO, BBC, iProfile, MDSL)
He has considerable Experience in SQL Server starting with version 6.5 through to the latest 2012 release. A regular International speaker @ SQL conference & User Group, he also leads the SQL London PASS Chapter (UK). Frequently found studying the inner workings of SQL Server, as well as an avid Tweeter @Neil_Hambly.
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