SQLskills 101: The Other Bad Thing About Clearing Procedure Cache

Every time you execute a query against SQL Server, it goes through optimization and compilation and a query plan is generated. Most of the time that plan goes into cache (there’s always exceptions, which is a discussion for a separate time), which means that the next time that query executes, SQL Server can use the […]

Migrating to In-Memory OLTP…what’s stopping you?

In the past few months I’ve had several clients reach out about migrating to In-Memory OLTP solutions.  When the second or third request rolled in I remember thinking, “Finally!”  As in, I’ve been wondering why businesses haven’t been looking to implement In-Memory sooner.  In fact, I added a section on In-Memory to our IEPTO2 course […]