SQL Server 2017 on Linux Webcast Series

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SQL Server 2017 on Linux Webcast Series

Join us as we explore how SQL Server 2017 brings the industry-leading Microsoft relational database engine to the enterprise Linux ecosystem with our partners from Intel, Red Hat and HPE.

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SQL Server 2017 on Linux- #1 in price and performance—with massive scale

Learn how you can get record breaking performance with SQL Server on Linux. SQL Server consistently leads in the TPC-E OLTP workload, the TPC-H data warehousing workload, and real-world application performance benchmarks.

Presented by Bob Ward, Microsoft; Nicholas Gerasimatos, Red Hat; Wendy Harms, HPE
  
                                     
Bob Ward
Microsoft
Nicholas Gerasimatos
Red Hat
Wendy Harms
HPE
 
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SQL Server 2017 on Linux, Providing Industry leading security

Learn how Security innovations in SQL Server 2017 help secure data for mission-critical workloads with a layers of protection, adding Always Encrypted technology along with row-level security, dynamic data masking, transparent data encryption (TDE), and robust auditing.

Presented by Joachim Hammer, Microsoft; Ken LeTourneau, Intel; Nicholas Gerasimatos, Red Hat
 
                                     
Joachim Hammer
Microsoft
Ken LeTourneau
Intel
Nicholas Gerasimatos
Red Hat

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SQL Server 2017 on Linux, In-memory technologies

Learn how in-memory technologies in SQL Server help to optimize the performance of your transaction processing, analytics, as well as hybrid (HTAP) workloads. With memory-optimized tables and natively compiled stored procedures you can see up to 30X performance improvement for your transaction processing, data ingestion, data load, and transient data scenarios. With column store indexes you can see up to 100X performance improvement for your analytical queries with a significant reduction in storage footprint in your data warehouses.

Presented by Jos de Bruijn, Microsoft; Ken LeTourneau, Intel; Wendy Harms, HPE
 
                                     
Jos de Bruijn
Microsoft
Ken LeTourneau
Intel

Wendy Harms
HPE


 

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