Issue OverviewSQL Server Insider - October 2011, Vol. 7
With all the excitement around new gadgets in the upcoming release of SQL Server, code-named Denali, it’s easy to forget how much Microsoft played up features in its current version. SQL Server Insider did some digging around in SQL Server 2008 R2 and found some hits, some misses and a whole lot of plans for the near future. Access >>>
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Microsoft retooling SQL Server Master Data Services after 'vexing' debut
by Robert Sheldon
Microsoft’s master data management product in SQL Server, Master Data Services, drew tepid reviews from users, but the company has high hopes for a revamped release.
- Microsoft retooling SQL Server Master Data Services after 'vexing' debut by Robert Sheldon
Want to improve SQL Server performance? Fine-tune your applications
by Roman Rehak, Contributor
Databases with large numbers -- read millions -- of rows require efficient applications. Improve SQL Server performance by following a few tips and guidelines.
- Want to improve SQL Server performance? Fine-tune your applications by Roman Rehak, Contributor
Microsoft StreamInsight charts course in unfamiliar waters
by Alan Earls
Microsoft StreamInsight, a complex event processing product, is a stab at a whole new space for the company, and not a bad one at that, experts say.
- Microsoft StreamInsight charts course in unfamiliar waters by Alan Earls
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