Session 2: Getting Started with In-Memory OLTP

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Running Time: 59 minutes 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.

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This video is part of the Essential Guide to SQL Server 2014 On Demand training.

Get up to speed quickly on all the new features in SQL Server 2014 during this new eLearning course. You will learn about the editions as well how to start using the In-Memory OLTP engine for improved application performance. You also will see how to take advantage of the enhancements to AlwaysOn Availability Groups for improved availability.

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