The Impact of Emerging Technologies on Microsoft SQL Server 2019 – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 679

November 22nd, 2019 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Microsoft SQL Server is one of the most deployed databases on the planet, with millions of customers worldwide. So it’s important to understand how customers will be affected by emerging technologies, particularly in this era of digital transformation. Ken LeTourneau, Enterprise Solutions Architect in the Data Center Group at Intel, explains what impact data center technologies like Intel OptaneTM DC Persistent Memory will have for customers deploying SQL Server 2019.

What worked, even a few years ago, in the data center won’t support the demands of today. As Ken says, “It’s no longer about hindsight, it’s about insight.” SQL Server 2019 provides industry-leading performance and security, with intelligence over all of an enterprise’s data — structured or unstructured. SQL Server 2019 with new big data features provides an easier path to acting on data, and with support for Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory, it can deliver larger memory-optimized databases for scale-up and scale-out system landscapes. As Ken explains, SQL Server is no longer simply a way to run queries. It’s an intelligent data platform that enables advanced data work such as prescriptive analytics. Distributed data bases, intelligence at the edge, and beefing up analytics and insights capabilities are changing the way customers should think about building data bases.

Learn more about how Intel and Microsoft are enabling this intelligence from the edge to the cloud here.

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