Tag Archives: ESE

SQL 2014’s link to Exchange 4.0

It was nice to read the memories of ex-Microsoft Distinguished Engineer Hal Berenson in a post about SQL 2014’s delayed durability feature. Like me, Hal used to work at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), where he specialized on database engineering. He tells … Continue reading

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SQL, OFS, Exchange file system, WinFS, and other murky dealings

Like many people who are interested in Microsoft Exchange, I have followed the ESE versus SQL debate with some interest for as long as it’s been going on, or just about the entire lifetime of the product. ESE stands for Extensible Storage … Continue reading

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New Store, new memory tuning techniques required

One of the more interesting observations that we will soon be able to make is how well the thoroughly overhauled and rewritten Exchange 2013 Information Store functions in production environments. Of course, there’s the small matter of the rest of … Continue reading

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