SQL Server 2014 Mission Critical Performance–Overview, Slide Deck & Features

Hi Geeks,

In this article we are going to cover SQL Server 2014 Mission Critical Performance evaluation from SQL Server 2014 CTP 1 Guide !

I have few blogs updates of SQL Server 2014 on my SQL Server Blog underneath are links for the same.

  • Microsoft® SQL Server® 2014 CTP1 Product Guide Available to Download !
  • SQL Server 2014 : Expert Views, Comments : Mr Farlee, Redmond, Eron Kelly, Quentin Clark & Cherry message
  • Introducing SQL Server 2014 – Unlocking Real, Time Insights !!
  • Product Guide is available to download.Below are image and link attached to download page

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    In Memory built In

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    Microsoft strategy for in-memory computing

    • Deliver an end-to-end solution with frictionless scale and breadth of delivery model
    • Built into your existing platform and seamlessly spans memory-only and hybrid environments
    • Business acceleration via a high-velocity virtuous cycle from raw data to insights to business transformation

    Mission Critical Performance

    In-memory built-in : Average lOx faster for new and existing SQL Server apps

    Secure and scalable : Most secure with enterprise scale using Windows Server

    High availability : The 9’s you need, with AiwaysOn

    Mission-critical support : Live support designed for mission-critical solutions

    What is In-Memory fo OLTP

    New high-performance, memory-optimized OLTP engine integrated into SQL Server and designed for modern hardware trends

    • Integrated into SQL Server relational database
    • Full ACID support
    • Memory-optimized indexes (no B-trees or buffer pools)
    • Non-blocking multi version optimistic concurrency control (no locks or latches)
    • T-SQL compiled to native code

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    Key feature in Data analytics 

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    “Data Explorer” Preview for Excel

    Enable self-service data discovery, query, transformation, and mashup experiences for information workers through Excel and PowerPivot

    • imageDiscover and connect to a wide range of data sources that span volume and variety of data
    • Engage in a highly interactive and intuitive experience for rapidly and iteratively building queries for virtually any data source of virtually any size
    • Enjoy a consistent experience and parity of query capabilities over all data sources
    • Join data across different sources; create custom views of data that then can be shared with a team or department

    Data Source Support ‘

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    Key trends for DATA

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    Big Data Analytics

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    What is Big Data @ one Glance

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    HDInsight and Hadoop Ecosystems

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    Where are legends stand as

    • Red :Core Hadoop
    • Blue : Data processing
    • Gray : Microsoft integration Points and value-adds
    • Orange : Data movement
    • Green :Packages

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    RDBMS vs. Hadoop

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    Back to summery listing of SQL Server 2014

    SQL Server 2014 delivers mission critical performance across all workloads with in-memory built-in, faster insights from any data with familiar tools, and a platform for hybrid cloud enabling organizations to easily build, deploy, and manage solutions that span on-premises and cloud.

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    Hope you will enjoy reading Mission Critical Performance SQL Server CTP1 guide , Happy reading !

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