4th - 7th May 2016

Liverpool

Optimistic Concurrency Internals

Interested in Optimistic concurrency but not really sure how it works? Then this session is for you.  Optimistic concurrency was introduced in SQL 2005 but it is rarely spoken about or well understood.  However, you can buck that trend by coming along to this session where you will learn about how you can be Optimistic DBA. Now there's an oxymoron if ever there was one....

Session will cover the following

  • Architecture of Optimistic Concurrency
  • Limitations and restrictions
  • Optimistic Isolation Levels
  • Row Versioning and the Version Store
  • Impacts in TempDB
  • Taking out the trash - Garbage collection
  • Monitoring Row Versioning
Presented by James Rowland-Jones at SQLBits V
Tags DBA
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  • SpeakerBIO
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    James Rowland-Jones is a Principal Program Manager for Microsoft. He is passionate about delivering highly scalable solutions that are creative, simple and elegant in their design. James specializes in big data warehouse solutions such as Microsoft Analytics Platform System (APS), Azure SQL Data Warehouse. Hadoop ecosystems. James is a keen advocate for the SQL Server community; both internationally and in the UK. He has previously served on the Board of Directors for PASS and helped organise SQLBits. James was awarded Microsoft’s MVP accreditation from 2008 - 2015 for his services to the community.

     

    You can find James on twitter @jrowlandjones or www.linkedin.com
    https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/services/sql-data-warehouse/
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