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comment What's The Difference Between Imperative, Procedural and Structured Programming?
What? Where's the part about Imperative vs Procedural, etc?
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comment Overloaded high transaction SQL Server database Solutions
Thanks wyatt! This is what the are initially looking for and I'm going to integrate this with a basic CQRS and Event Sourcing implementation. Didn't even come to mind. You and Jason both helped tremendously.
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comment Overloaded high transaction SQL Server database Solutions
Ok, read up thoroughly. Had light knowledge of them all - but now I feel I'm ready to take this challenge on! Thanks for those, they didn't come to mind initially. But also, Wyatt is correct too. They want to protect against any transaction failure - first and foremost. SO, not sure who to give the answer to!?!? He's got 10k points and u dont... what do do...
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comment Overloaded high transaction SQL Server database Solutions
lol, right about now that vodka straight up sounds good ;) Thanks again!
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comment Overloaded high transaction SQL Server database Solutions
just from a theoretical/conceptual standpoint... could all three (CQRS, Event Sourcing + Service Bus) be used or are they mutually exclusive? And yes, I will definitely learn why things are crashing - good point. Having first meeting tomorrow so I don't have that info just yet!
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comment Overloaded high transaction SQL Server database Solutions
Oracle not in the picture at all - but maybe I can use ravendb. One thing that concerns me about an in memory database is if that memory loses power! These are ecommerce transactions so they can't afford to lose whatever is stored in memory.
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comment Overloaded high transaction SQL Server database Solutions
Well, thank you for those two things - i def will/need to read up on those! My concern here is that a code re-write may NOT be in the plans. Again, I pretty much am being told the solution rather than being asked. Awesome huh? If they do allow me to pick, this is an option. If not, what do you think about the non-indexed table + occasional dumps to the old server? Will that relieve any stress perhaps? Or maybe you're right and only a code rewrite will help... thanks again!
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