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  1. SQL Server Customer Advisory Team (SQLCAT) - MSDN Blogs

    SQL 2016: Columnstore row group Merge policy and index maintenance improvements

    • SSIS

      A blog about SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) from a developer …

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      Prior to SQL Server 2016, if we wanted to coalesce smaller …

    • SQL Server Data Tools

      SQL Server Data Tools Team Blog. Offical team blog for SSDT, a tool …

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      Covers SQL Azure Data Sync service for the Windows Azure Platform …

    • StreamInsight

      StreamInsight is, ultimately, a set of programming tools, and at some...

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      ADO.NET Blog. The official source of information on Managed Providers, …

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  2. SQLCAT Community Projects and Code Samples - Home

    About SQLCAT The SQL Customer Advisory Team (SQLCAT) works with some of the largest implementations of SQL Server providing guidance and developing lessons …

  3. consolidated index of Whitepapers - Microsoft ...

    Sep 05, 2013 · In an effort to migrate as much content as possible from to the MSDN SQL CAT site we have consolidated all of the Whitepapers published over …

  4. SQL CAT (@sqlcat) | Twitter
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    The latest Tweets from SQL CAT (@sqlcat): "Windows Azure is great!"

  5. Diagnosing and Resolving Latch Contention on SQL Server
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    This paper discusses issues and resolutions related to page latch contention for SQL Server applications.


    SQLCAT’s Guide to: High Availability and Disaster Recovery Microsoft SQLCAT Team Summary: This ebook is a collection of some of the more popular technical content that

  7. SQLCAT: SQL Server HA and DR Design Patterns ... › … › TechEd North America 2012

    Jun 11, 2012 · SQLCAT: SQL Server HA and DR Design Patterns, Architectures, and Best Practices Using Microsoft SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn. Date: June 11, ...

  8. SQL Server Consolidation Guidance

    Table 1: Comparison of security considerations across consolidation options. In general, it is better to keep applications with different security requirements separate.

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