CISL 1.3.0

Niko Neugebauer has released version 1.3.0 of his Columstore script library:

I am extremely proud to share with everyone the news that the long-awaited and quite overdue release of the CISL – Columnstore Indexes Scripts Library is finally public – the 1.3.0 version. The most important part of this release is the support of the SQL Server 2016 & Azure SQLDatabase – all 3 scenarios (Nonclustered Columnstore, Disk-based Clustered Columnstore & the Memory-Optimised Clustered Columnstore Indexes) are included.
You will be able to explore all the important new architecture objects, such as Deleted Buffer & Deleted Table, plus the scripts for every version supports the new output results, even though there were no In-Memory tables in SQL Server 2012 for example.

If you use columnstore indexes, check this out.

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