Microsoft IT: A Case Study on “Hekaton” against RPM – SQL Server 2014 CTP1
Summary: This paper shares the approach used to understand and determine:
- Using ‘Hekaton’ in SQL Server 2014 against RPM, including performance analysis.
- Understand the specifics involved while migrating to Hekaton.
I/O latch can cause session delays that impact application performance. This white paper describes the procedures and common I/O latch issues when migrating to Hekaton in SQL Server 2014. It also includes challenges that occurred during the migration and the performance analysis at different stages.
This content is suitable for developers, architects, and database administrators. It is assumed that readers of this white paper have basic knowledge of SQL Server 2012/2014 and SQL Server administration.
Authors: Priyanka Kulkarni, Microsoft | Prabhakaran Sethuraman (PRAB), Microsoft
Technical Reviewers: Prabhakaran Sethuraman (PRAB), Microsoft | Hariharan Sethuraman, Microsoft | Mandi Ohlinger, Microsoft
Published: May 2014
Applies to: SQL Server 2014 CTP1, RPM
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