New In-Memory OLTP Whitepaper

Kalen Delaney has a new whitepaper:

Just a quick note that my CTP3 paper has finally been published, and now I can start working on the final version!

The in-memory OLTP engine has been seriously revised (re-written?) in 2016.  Hopefully that means more than four or five companies using In-Memory OLTP in 2016…

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