Database Administration 1727.Transformational In Memory Performance

Published on January 20th, 2015 | by Warner Chaves


Video: Sql Server 2014 In-Memory OLTP Use Case: “The Landing Pad”

In this demo we’re going to show a performance comparison between Classic and In-Memory for the pattern known as the “landing pad” or “shock absorber”.

Basically, taking a large amount of data (3 million records on a 200MB CSV file in this case) and comparing the behavior and speed when inserting into a normal disk-based table and a new memory-optimized table.

This is a very useful pattern that you can apply immediately on your ETL process and get speed gains from In-Memory OLTP. See the video for the details!

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