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  • May 12, 2014
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    Session 3: AlwaysOn and Backup Integration with Windows Azure  

    Running Time: 56 minutes In this session you’ll learn about the new AlwaysOn Availability Groups and backup features in SQL Server 2014. You’ll see how to use the compression and encryption features in SQL Server 2014’s backup. Next, you’ll see how the new AlwaysOn Availability Groups can leverage on-premise replicas for high availability (HA) and Azure replicas for disaster recovery (DR)....More
  • May 12, 2014
    Video
    Windows IT Pro

    Session 2: Getting Started with In-Memory OLTP  

    In this session you'll learn how the new In-Memory OLTP engine works. You’ll see how to use the new AMR (Analyze, Migrate, Report) tool to analyze your tables and stored procedures and then migrate them to the new memory-optimized format. Finally, you’ll see how to track the performance of your memory-optimized databases....More
  • May 12, 2014
    Video
    Windows IT Pro

    Session 1: SQL Server 2014 New Features, Editions, and Licensing  

    This introductory session provides an overview of all of the major new features in SQL Server 2014. You’ll learn which features are included in which editions of SQL Server 2014. Finally, you’ll get a look at some of the common licensing scenarios for SQL Server 2014 with virtualization and AlwaysOn....More
  • Apr 2, 2014
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    The Ideal Monitoring Strategy for Applications Powered by SQL Server

    Ensuring optimal performance of applications powered by SQL Server is on top of every DBA’s agenda. Given the complex and dynamic nature of today’s business applications, it is imperative that administrators put together a proactive monitoring strategy to avoid DBA stress and burnout....More
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