Niko Neugebauer has a new script library, this time for memory-optimized objects:

Today, I am announcing the initial availability of the brand new library for diving into the internals of SQL Server the MOSL – Memory Optimised Scripts Library, the library that will help you to discover, maintain & troubleshoot the Hekaton in SQL Server 2014, 2016 & Azure SQLDatabase. At the moment, I am releasing the scripts for SQL Server 2014 but at the PASS Summit I am hoping to have all 3 versions online.

I am inviting everyone working with Memory-Optimised Technology to join me in this project, which is targeted on helping everyone who is working or aspiring to work with this amazing and ground-breaking technology.

Check them out if you use memory-optimized tables in your environment.

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