Dave Campbell: SQL Server Data Services and the Future of Data in the Cloud

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Continuing with the Technical Fellow interviews on Channel 9, meet Dave Campbell. From his bio: "David Campbell is a Microsoft Technical Fellow working in the Data Storage Platform division where he is responsible for driving technical strategy and architecture of Microsoft SQL Server and other storage products. He also helps drive architectural alignment across Microsoft’s Server and Tools division. Campbell’s current projects and interests include extreme scale data processing and programmatic data services."

Here we chat about David's history at Microsoft, the work he does (and has done) in SQL Server's core processing and storage engines, the history and future of general purpose databases and an introduction to our cloud data services platform (marketing came up with the sexy "SQL Server Data Services" name...).

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    KeyboardG
    Can you guys continue with the lowres download links for us bandwidth challenged. It was a great help Smiley
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    Charles
    Sorry about forgetting the link to the low res file... Here it is (also in the description text)/
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    KeyboardG
    Perfect, thanks Charles. Much appreciated, love SQLserver team interviews.
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    DCMonkey
    Now I'm all intrigued about what's going to come out for the right side of that unstructured-structured data spectrum.

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    ggponti
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    ymasuda_

    Recognizable a situation of data access transparency

    With flexible SQL Server synchronization interfaces, storage location and scale matters might be resolved by database administration and deployment scenarios. Today's system analysts should hope for administrative import/ restore and export/ backup of data independently from scale of storage services. Valued business system has total product solution of secure and procedural storage management beside Windows system interfaces.

    How could Microsoft cloud services replace today's data transfer solution along virtual business on Internet? Is only unique pricing value of SDSS?

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