Working with Very Large Tables Like a Pro in SQL Server 2014
A common use case in many databases is a very large table, which serves as some kind of activity log, with an ever increasing date/time column. This table is usually partitioned, and it suffers from heavy load of reads and writes. Such a table presents a challenge in terms of maintenance and performance. Activities such as loading data into the table, querying the table, rebuilding indexes or updating statistics become quite challenging.
SQL Server 2014 offers several new features that can make all these challenges go away. In this session we will analyze a use case involving such a large table. We will examine features such as Incremental Statistics, New Cardinality Estimation and Delayed Durability, and we will apply them on our challenging table and see what happens...
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Guy Glantser is the leader of the Israeli SQL Server user group and also the CEO of Madeira SQL Server Services. His career has been focused on SQL Server for the past 17 years, performing various database roles as either an on-site DBA, an external consultant or an instructor. Guy is involved in many activities in the SQL Server community. He occasionally speaks at community events, such as Tech-Ed, product launches and user groups around the world. He also co-hosts the Israeli SQL Server radio show.
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