Inside SQLOS

By Bill Graziano on 20 July 2005 | 0 Comments | Tags: Administration


Slava Oks has written a very interesting article on SQLOS. It's basically an abstraction layer between the hardware/OS and SQL Server. This is pretty big architectural change for SQL Server and definitely worth a read. Follow the link to Inside SQLOS...

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