SQL Server 2012 Memory Management?
SQL Server 2012 brings a wide range of changes from its previous versions - one key change is the way SQL Server memory is managed.
With releases prior to SQL Server 2012, there were 2 memory managers, these have been merged into 1 with the latest version, and that’s just the start of the changes for SQL Server memory.
This session will dive into questions related to memory in SQL Server 2012.
• Explore SQL Server 2012’s new memory architecture and learn how to diagnose memory performance issues
• Gain insight on memory pressure issues
• Discover settings to adjust the memory configuration levels and their impact
Neil Hambly is a Senior DBA @ Confio Software, having held various SQL Server roles during the last 14 years @ market leading companies (Accenture, ABN AMRO, BBC, iProfile, MDSL)
He has considerable Experience in SQL Server starting with version 6.5 through to the latest 2012 release
A regular International speaker @ SQL conference & User Group, he also leads the SQL London PASS Chapter (UK)
Frequently found studying the inner workings of SQL Server, as well as an avid Tweeter @Neil_Hambly
Increasing Business and IT collaboration with SQL
SQL Server 2012 provides the ability to deliver solutions for BI users with all experience levels. See the ease of collaboration of business intelligence reporting between business users and IT departments and demonstrate a real world use case as used by a Coeo customer to present a business case for using SQL Server 2012 within your business.
Chris Testa-O'Neill is a SQL Server Microsoft Most Valuable Professional(MVP) and a Senior Consultant at Coeo specialising in SQL Server Business Intelligence. He is also a technical author, working on courses for SQL Server 2008 R2 with Microsoft Learning and advising on the SQL Server 2012 curriculum. Chris runs the Manchester SQL Server User Group and is an organiser for SQLBits. Chris has spoken at a range of events including user groups in the UK and Adelaide, Australia, SQLBits and SQLPASS