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Re: Database or store to handle 30 Mb/sec and 40,000 inserts/sec

From: Tony Rogerson <tonyrogerson_at_sqlserverfaq.com>
Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2006 21:00:15 -0000
Message-ID: <dslj89$h83$1$830fa17d@news.demon.co.uk>


> Hmm - I couldn't find any reference to B&N in the link you provided. I did
> not explore the sub links that much - could you perhaps provide a direct
> reference to the B&N documented reference implementation ?
>
> I work with B&N, and they have some Microsoft. They have a great deal of
> Oracle. Even Microsoft's own reference material cites this -
> http://members.microsoft.com/customerevidence/Common/FileOpen.aspx?FileName=21672_Barnes_Noble_SQL2005_final.doc
>
> "The company, which runs Oracle databases for operational systems ...."

Check the project technical overview here http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sql/2005/projreal.mspx

Also here
http://members.microsoft.com/customerevidence/Search/EvidenceDetails.aspx?EvidenceID=10013&LanguageID=1

Also, watch the SQL 2005 launch videos - google that.

Do you want more?

-- 
Tony Rogerson
SQL Server MVP
http://sqlserverfaq.com - free video tutorials


"Mark Townsend" <markbtownsend_at_comcast.net> wrote in message 
news:kYadnQDRPZSr33PeRVn-gA_at_comcast.com...

> Tony Rogerson wrote:
>
>> For a fully documented reference implementation on how they did Barnes
>> and Noble go here:
>> http://www.microsoft.com/sql/solutions/bi/projectreal.mspx - it contains
>> a ton of white papers and architecture documents, a very good source of
>> material if you are starting to develop a big system, if you need more
>> just ask.
>
>
> Hmm - I couldn't find any reference to B&N in the link you provided. I did
> not explore the sub links that much - could you perhaps provide a direct
> reference to the B&N documented reference implementation ?
>
> I work with B&N, and they have some Microsoft. They have a great deal of
> Oracle. Even Microsoft's own reference material cites this -
> http://members.microsoft.com/customerevidence/Common/FileOpen.aspx?FileName=21672_Barnes_Noble_SQL2005_final.doc
>
> "The company, which runs Oracle databases for operational systems ...."
Received on Sat Feb 11 2006 - 15:00:15 CST

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