SQL Server - Unstructured Data in SQL Server

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Presented by: Steve Jones Running Time: 72 min

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This video is part of the Unstructured Data in SQL Server On Demand training.

More and more of your data doesn’t fit neatly into a structured, relational model of rows and columns of data. In this session you’ll learn how SQL Server stores unstructured data, with a special emphasis on how to use Filestream, which integrates SQL Server with the NTFS file system by storing varbinary(max) binary large object data as files stored within the file system.

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