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Using External Tables to Store and Query Data on MinIO With SQL Server 2022


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With Microsoft SQL Server 2022, object storage becomes a first-class citizen through a feature called external tables. There are two parts: an S3 connector and enhancements to the Polybase data virtualization framework. With this addition, enterprises can now query massive object stores with SQL Server 2022 wherever those object stores exist. The new feature addresses two key customer challenges: ways to access the data where it is and not having to learn new languages. With MinIO, data can be anywhere, including public cloud infrastructure, private clouds, Kubernetes distributions and at the edge.

The webinar will feature a discussion of the key SQL Server release features and their implications for the enterprise, with a particular emphasis on MinIO technology, and include a demo showing how it works, how easy it is to deploy and what to expect from a performance perspective.

Moiz Kohar
Technology Leader, MinIO

Moiz Kohari is a technology executive with MinIO. Prior to MinIO, he was founder and CEO of Manetu, the data privacy and security company. Before founding Manetu, he served as the senior vice president and chief technology architect at State Street, where he was responsible for the enhancements to State Street’s digital enterprise architecture, and the creation of the next-generation digital enterprise that delivers on-demand secure computing capabilities, driven through machine learning paradigms and all pertinent fintech disruptive technologies. Before joining State Street, Moiz served as the head of global technology innovation for the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) where he was responsible for blockchain, cognitive computing and low-latency initiatives across the group’s companies. He also served as CTO of Novell Inc.

Hugo Queiroz
Engineer, Microsoft
Engineer, Microsoft
Engineer, Microsoft
Engineer, Microsoft

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