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Hybrid Transactional Analytical Processing on SQL Server 2016 with Lindsey Allen

Episode #1359 Tuesday, October 11, 2016

What the heck is Hybrid Transactional Analytical Processing (HTAP)? While at Ignite, Carl and Richard sat down with Lindsey Allen to talk about taking SQL Server "beyond relational." HTAP focuses on being able to do data analysis as data arrives in the database, independent of the transaction that actually wrote it. Lindsey talks about the power of being to get to near-real time with data analytics, rather than batch processing. Different than streams, you're still talking about data written to the database, so you already know your application logic and data integrity have been applied before you start your analysis. HTAP has huge potential for making super responsive applications!


Lindsey Allen

Lindsey is Partner Group Program Manager for SQL Server 2016 and SQL Server core engine (SE, RE, EE, In-Memory OLTP and Columnstore) Prior, she was lead architect and manager of Azure Data Customer Advisory Team focusing on end to end solution design and optimization for strategic Microsoft customers such as IoT connected cars and hospitals, mission critical transactional and data warehouse systems, real time monitoring system with streaming analytics. In the 21 years working at Microsoft, Lindsey architected and optimized some of the largest and most complex mission critical systems in the world.


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