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SQL Server 2016 What's New For Developers

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Native JSON support, Temporal Tables , Live Query Statistics , Stretch Database and Polybase are features that undoubtedly are of great interest for those who develop apps of any kind. In this session we will see the first three features in some detail and introduce the potential of the last mentioned to give a complete picture of SQL Server 2016 that is one of the richest and most important release, as regards the development, from SQL Server 2005 forward. There will, of course, a "small" quote to SQL Server for Linux .

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SQL Server 2016 What's New For Developers

  1. 1. 19 LUGLIO 2016 SQL Server 2016 What’s New For Developers Davide Mauri info@davidemauri.it - @mauridb
  2. 2. Davide Mauri • Microsoft SQL Server MVP • Works with SQL Server from 6.5, on BI from 2003 • Specialized in Data Solution Architecture, Database Design, Performance Tuning, High-Performance Data Warehousing, BI, Big Data • President of UGISS (Italian SQL Server UG) • Regular Speaker @ SQL Server events • Consulting & Training, Mentor @ SolidQ • E-mail: dmauri@solidq.com • Twitter: @mauridb • Blog: http://sqlblog.com/blogs/davide_mauri/default.aspx
  3. 3. SQL Server 2016 What’s new for developers?
  4. 4. A lot! One of the biggest release since 2005, even for developers!
  5. 5. Love at first sight! • Native JSON Support
  6. 6. Love at first sight! • Live Query Statistics
  7. 7. Love at first sight! • Temporal Tables
  8. 8. Warm & True Appreciation • DROP IF EXISTS • (GZIP) COMPRESS & DECOMPRESS • AT TIMEZONE • STRING_SPLIT
  9. 9. Yeah, good to know • Row Level Security
  10. 10. Yeah, good to know • Always Encrypted
  11. 11. Yeah, good to know • Dynamic Data Masking
  12. 12. Yeah, good to know • Improved In-Memory Native Compiled Surface Area CREATE PROCEDURE (Transact-SQL) DROP PROCEDURE (Transact-SQL) ALTER PROCEDURE (Transact-SQL) SELECT (Transact-SQL) and INSERT SELECT statements SCHEMABINDING and BEGIN ATOMIC (required for natively compiled stored procedures) NATIVE_COMPILATION Parameters and variables can be declared as NOT NULL Table-valued parameters EXECUTE AS OWNER, SELF, and user GRANT and DENY permissions on tables and procedures Nesting natively compiled stored procedures RIGHT OUTER JOIN, LEFT OUTER JOIN, INNER JOIN, and CROSS JOIN in SELECT statements NOT, OR, and IN operators in SELECT, UPDATE and DELETE statement UNION ALL and UNION SELECT DISTINCT GROUP BY clause with no aggregate functions in the SELECT clause (<select> list) COLUMNSTORE COLLATE
  13. 13. Yeah, good to know • Columnstore Indexes (clustered & non-clustered, on-disk & in- memory)
  14. 14. Yeah, good to know • Stretch Database
  15. 15. Couldn’t care less…but still interesting • Query Store
  16. 16. Couldn’t care less…but still interesting • Polybase Query relational and non-relational data, on-premises and in Azure Apps T-SQL query SQL Server Hadoop
  17. 17. Couldn’t care less…but still interesting • R Stats Integration
  18. 18. SQL Server on Linux! • https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/cloud-platform/sql-server-on-linux
  19. 19. Which edition do I need? • https://msdn.microsoft.com/en- us/library/cc645993.aspx#Programmability
  20. 20. Demos • https://github.com/yorek/happy-birthday-ugidotnet-2016
  21. 21. Thank you! Questions? https://twitter.com/ugidotnet

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