Hillsborough SQL User Group

Welcome to the Hillsborough SQL Server Chapter

The Hillsborough SQL User Group is interested in sharing information about Microsoft SQL Server and related topics.  The meetings are free to all who wish to attend.  Food and drinks will be served at most meetings.

We meet at the Corporate Center I at 6:30pm on the last Thursday of every month except November and December. Food usually arrives at 6:00pm to allow networking until the meeting starts at 6:30pm.  The address is 2202 North Westshore Boulevard, Suite 122, Tampa, FL.

We look forward to seeing you there. 

Next Meeting




Dmitri Korotkevitch presents In-Memory OLTP: Architecture, Implementation and SQL Server 2016 Enhanc

  • In-Person @ 2202 North Westshore Boulevard Tampa, Florida, United States (map)
  • 18:00 - 20:00 Eastern Daylight Time
  • Language: English

Food and drinks will be provided.  Arrive around 6:00 pm for networking and discussion.  Food should arrive shortly after that.  The meeting will start at 6:30.

As always, these meetings are free to everyone.  Connect.  Share.  Learn.


Featured Presentation:

In-Memory OLTP: Architecture, Implementation and SQL Server 2016 Enhancements

Dmitri Korotkevitch, Director, Database Services Chewy

In-Memory OLTP is one of the key SQL Server technologies, which can significantly improve performance of OLTP systems. In-Memory OLTP in SQL Server 2016 comes with many enhancements that reduce technology limitations and improve its usability. This session talks about those enhancements, describes In-Memory OLTP architecture and internal implementation and, finally, discusses how to benefit from the technology in the systems with mixed (OLTP + DW) workloads.

About Dmitri:
Dmitri Korotkevitch is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP and Microsoft Certified Master, author of Pro SQL Server Internals and other books with years of experience working with SQL Server as an Application and Database Developer, Database Administrator, and Database Architect. Dmitri specializes in the design, development, and performance tuning of complex OLTP systems that handle thousands of transactions per second around the clock. He blogs at: http://aboutsqlserver.com.



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