If you haven’t thought much about isolation levels in SQL Server, chances are your application can easily return incorrect data to your users.
In this introductory session, you will learn:
- What isolation levels are
- What the read committed isolation level is, and why it’s still SQL Server’s default isolation level for on-premesis and PAAS installations of SQL Server
- How easy it is to demonstrate incorrect results when using the read committed isolation level, and why it happens
- Steps to take to begin analyzing isolation levels in your environment
Course scripts are available at https://github.com/LitKnd/SQLWorkbooks/tree/main/read_committed_is_bonkers
Captions and transcripts are all set for each recording for this webcast.