Michael J. Swart

July 19, 2016

PASS Summit 2016: Developing High Concurrency Databases

Filed under: SQLServerPedia Syndication — Michael J. Swart @ 10:26 am

My session has been accepted!

Double Double excited

I’m excited that my talk Developing Highly Concurrent Databases got accepted as a session in this year’s PASS Summit in Seattle. This October.

You’ve heard the advice “write what you know”. I’ve applied that advice to my choice of topic. For the past nine years, I’ve worked for D2L, a fast growing company facing a higher volume of database activity year after year.

We built a system that has handled a peak load of over 50,000 transactions per second. And that’s without using In-Memory OLTP yet. Much of the talk will include lessons we’ve learned and things I wish we knew earlier.

Maybe I’ll see you there!

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