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Last week in Azure: Living the serverless life, Kubernetes, and more

Several of the items highlighted below focus on serverless solutions where you don’t need to provision and manage any servers so that you can take your mind off implementing infrastructure. Building a serverless application on Azure using services like Azure ... continue reading

ASP.NET Session State with SQL Server In-Memory OLTP

ASP.NET session state enables you to store and retrieve values for a user as the user navigates the different ASP.NET pages that make up a Web application. Currently, ASP.NET ships with three session state providers that provide the interface between ... continue reading

Elastic database tools for Java

We are excited to announce the release of a new version of the Elastic Database Client Library for Azure SQL database supporting Java. The client library provides tools to help developers scale out the data tier of their applications using ... continue reading

SQL Server 2017: A proven leader in database performance

This post was authored by Bob Ward, Principal Architect, and Jamie Reding, Senior Program Manager and Performance Architect, Microsoft Database Systems Group. SQL Server continues to be a proven leader in database performance for both analytic and OLTP workloads. SQL ... continue reading

In-Memory OLTP Indexes – Part 2: Performance Troubleshooting Guide.

Introduction In the previous blog post In-Memory OLTP Indexes – Part 1: Recommendations, we gave you an update on the latest features of In-Memory OLTP technology. We also summarized the key characteristics of memory-optimized indexes and shared some guidelines and ... continue reading

Azure SQL Database: Ingesting 1.4 million sustained rows per second with In-Memory OLTP & Columnstore Index

As Internet of Things (IoT) devices and sensors are becoming more ubiquitous in consumer, business and industrial landscapes, they introduce a unique challenge in terms of the volume of data they produce, and the velocity with which they produce it ... continue reading

In-Memory OLTP Indexes – Part 1: Recommendations.

In-Memory OLTP Indexes In-Memory OLTP technology, available in Azure SQL Database and SQL Server, can significantly help you in improving the performance of applications that require high throughput and low latency online transaction processing, high volume concurrent data ingestion (Internet ... continue reading

Modernize your applications across on-premise and cloud with the Microsoft Data Accelerator Program

Your customers are demanding the latest innovations in every solution you deliver. How do you make sure that your apps meet — and exceed — your customers’ expectations? Leverage the Microsoft Data Accelerator Program, an efficient and reliable upgrade service, ... continue reading

Extend your app to support SQL Server 2017 on Linux

This post was authored by Vin Yu, Program Manager, SQL Engineering Microsoft recently announced Community Technology Preview (CTP) 2.0, the first production-quality preview of SQL Server 2017. To help our independent software vendor (ISV) partners leverage the latest enhancements, we ... continue reading
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