Introducing ASE 15.7’s New Threaded Kernel
ASE 15.7 introduces a new thread-based kernel that significantly streamlines I/O handling and improves application partitioning capabilities. This session will cover: an overview of the new kernel architecture with a focus on "what's different" vs. the previous model; which workloads will show the largest improvements; using thread pools for workload partitioning; new tunable parameters; new and modified MDA tables; and, changes to sp_sysmon. This session will place a strong emphasis on performance monitoring and tuning.
Speaker: Peter Thawley, Senior Director and Architect in Sybase’s CTO Group
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