You've migrated parts of your application to in-memory. But now you are not seeing a serious performance improvement, or maybe even a performance degradation! What's going on? In this session we walk you through several performance problems we have seen with customers, and show how to diagnose and resolve the issues to ultimately obtain the performance improvement you're looking for from in-memory OLTP. We address a variety of issues, including log IO bottlenecks, index tuning, and query plan problems.
Raygun.io is a exception and crash recording and alerting platform for every programming language in use today. The underlying technology used to build Raygun is the .NET framework. John-Daniel will be talking about how the team built the platform and how it has processed billions of software exceptions, all in real-time. With a focus on some of the performance aspects of building a system that has peaked at more than 110,000 crash reports per second being received.
Microsoft's Lync Engineering team regularly run All-Hands (Town Hall) sessions with up to 1,000 online participants with speakers in 4 sites. In this session you will hear from the Lync Program Management team who facilitate and support these meetings. You will get first hand best-practice on everything from scheduling the Lync Meeting to what audio and video devices to use to how to handle Q&A. Attend this session to learn more about the infrastructure required and what Lync Admin settings are needed to hold a successful meeting. _x000D_