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Hekaton: In-memory OLTP Engine in SQL Server 2014

Prakash Karia with a short overview of the new in-memory engine for SQL Server 2014:

Today I am going to discuss the new SQL Server 2014 feature In-memory OLTP a.k.a. Hekaton — a Greek word which means hundred or hundredfold. In-memory OLTP significantly reduces the time required for OLTP workload processing. The best part of this feature is that this is installed with the SQL Server 2014 Engine without requiring any additional installations. It also allows its benefits without rewriting your database application.

SQL Server 2014 Hekaton

It’s not EDW so I cannot use it to prove my scenario.

Original title and link: Hekaton: In-memory OLTP Engine in SQL Server 2014 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)