Data, Faster: Microsoft SQL Server Performance Techniques with SQLCLR
Sometimes it seems like business users are constantly more demanding: They want more data, more analytics, more insight, and the output needs to be faster, faster, faster. And so we database developers struggle to write ever more complex queries, tune our hardware, carefully choose indexes...and sometimes it’s just not enough. Where do you go when you’ve hit the performance wall? As more and more developers are discovering, a great choice is to make use of SQL Server CLR capabilities. User-defined aggregates, table valued functions, and user-defined types are more than just logical constructs; properly applied, they can make complex, logic-driven queries many times faster. This session shows you when and how to use these powerful tools in ways you may not have previously considered. Learn how to speed up various types of analytical queries, do much faster XML processing, and build smart caches that will supercharge your user-defined functions. If you’re ready to take your SQL Server development skills to the next level, this session is definitely your starting point.
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