Azure SQL offre diverse opzioni per effettuare lo scale-out del database, specialmente con Azure SQL Hyperscale. In pochi secondi e' possibile creare una replica del database ed utilizzarla per indirizzare tutte le richieste Read-Only che, come sappiamo, sono la maggior parte in caso di scenari OLTP. In questa sessione vedremo che possibilità ci sono e le best practices per sfruttare al meglio questa abilita unica di Azure SQL. E se stai pensando "beh ma perché non usare una cache distribuita al posto che il database", allora questa sessione e' proprio per te!
Azure Data Platform MVP for 12 years in a row, now Program Manager in Azure SQL team, focusing on Hyperscale. Developer at heart, heavy metal lover; once a biker, now waiting for kids to grow old to start to travel the world again.
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