Improve your ability to develop, manage, and troubleshoot SQL Server solutions by learning how different components work “under the hood,” and how they communicate with each other. The detailed knowledge helps in implementing and maintaining high-throughput databases critical to your business and its customers. You’ll learn how to identify the root cause of each problem and understand how different design and implementation decisions affect performance of your systems. New in this second edition is coverage of SQL Server 2016 Internals, including In-Memory OLTP, columnstore enhancements, Operational Analytics support, Query Store, JSON, temporal tables, stretch databases, security features, and other improvements in the new SQL Server version. The knowledge also can be applied to Microsoft Azure SQL Databases that share the same code with SQL Server 2016. Pro SQL Server Internals is a book for developers and database administrators, and it covers multiple SQL Server versions starting with SQL Server 2005 and going all the way up to the recently released SQL Server 2016. The book provides a solid road map for understanding the depth and power of the SQL Server database server and teaches how to get the most from the platform and keep your databases running at the level needed to support your business. The book: • Provides detailed knowledge of new SQL Server 2016 features and enhancements • Includes revamped coverage of columnstore indexes and In-Memory OLTP • Covers indexing and transaction strategies • Shows how various database objects and technologies are implemented internally, and when they should or should not be used • Demonstrates how SQL Server executes queries and works with data and transaction log What You Will Learn Design and develop database solutions with SQL Server. Troubleshoot design, concurrency, and performance issues. Choose the right database objects and technologies for the job. Reduce costs and improve availability and manageability. Design disaster recovery and high-availability strategies. Improve performance of OLTP and data warehouse systems through in-memory OLTP and Columnstore indexes. Who This Book Is For Developers and database administrators who want to design, develop, and maintain systems in a way that gets the most from SQL Server. This book is an excellent choice for people who prefer to understand and fix the root cause of a problem rather than applying a 'band aid' to it.
Market_Desc: Experienced SQL Server database administrators Special Features: " SQL Server is increasingly being used to support mission-critical operations---admins must be able to ensure 24/7 availability and performance." The lead author is a SQL Server MVP specializing in availability and performance; the authors both contributed to Wrox' SQL Server 2005 Performance Tuning. They will actively promote the book at conferences, in training classes, and online." The authors take a unique approach to troubleshooting SQL Server-- covering both SQL Server and Windows OS internals, both of which impact SQL Server performance. About The Book: The book shows how to approach troubleshooting SQL Server 2008 from a thorough understanding of both the SQL Server database architecture and internals as well as Windows OS internals. It shows how to master the use of specific troubleshooting tools, and how to interpret their output to quickly identify and resolve any performance issue on any server running SQL Server. Part 1 discusses how to develop a methodology for troubleshooting based on an understanding of SQL Server and Windows internals. It covers the core technical topics required to understand how SQL Server and Windows should be working. Best practices are discussed so you know how to pro-actively monitor and avoid problems.Part 2 deals with the tools of the trade detailing all the free and proprietary tools that professionals use to very quickly gather, analyze and pin down the source of a system wide performance issue. The book uniquely covers both SQL Server and Windows technologies that are necessary for ensuring effective performance of SQL Server processing.
Pro SQL Server 2008 Replication is for Microsoft database developers and administrators who want to learn about the different types of replication and those best suited to SQL Server 2008. This book will also cover advanced topics like replication with heterogeneous databases, backup and recovery of replicated databases, database mirroring with replication, log shipping with replication, troubleshooting, plus optimization and tuning. Tools like tablediff, SQLCMD, DTA, SQL Profiler, and Replication Monitor will be discussed to demonstrate the different techniques used in monitoring, administering, and troubleshooting replication. Examines the detailed configuration and the internal workings of the different replication types using real–life scenarios Covers replication with database mirroring and troubleshooting Discusses replication administration using different tools Table of Contents Introduction Replication Basics Types of Replication Configuring Snapshot Replication Using the GUI Configuring Snapshot Replication Using T-SQL Snapshot Generation Internals of Snapshot Replication Configuring Transactional Replication Using the GUI Configuring Transactional Replication Using T-SQL Internals of Transactional Replication Configuring Merge Replication Using the GUI Web Synchronization with Merge Replication Configuring Merge Replication Using T-SQL The Internals of Merge Replication Backup and Recovery of Snapshot and Transactional Replication Backup and Recovery of Merge Replication Optimizing Snapshot Replication Optimizing Transactional Replication Optimizing Merge Replication Heterogeneous Replication
Expert SQL Server In-Memory OLTP is a deep dive into one of the most significant features of SQL Server 2014 – support for In-Memory Online Transaction Processing. The book describes the architecture and internals of the In-Memory OLTP Engine and explains how to develop, deploy, and maintain systems using it. With it you can dramatically increase transactional throughput to handle thousands of transactions per second supporting millions of customers. Dmitri Korotkevitch is the five-star author of Pro SQL Server Internals, and now brings his same combination of clear thinking and deep expertise to the question of how to recognize the opportunities and benefit from Microsoft’s In-Memory OLTP feature set in SQL Server 2014. Learn the architecture and the internals in order to recognize when In-Memory OLTP can make a difference. Learn useful scenarios for thoughtfully incorporating in-memory support into existing applications. Recognize opportunities for In-Memory OLTP in new development. Don’t be without Dmitri Korotkevitch and the deep expertise he imparts in Expert SQL Server In-Memory OLTP as you move forward in using SQL Server’s new and important In-Memory OLTP feature set. Covers In-Memory OLTP internals and architecture, including data storage, indexing, multi-version concurrency control, transaction logging, and recovery Illustrates In-Memory OLTP programmability and the process of native compilation Guides in using In-Memory OLTP in new development and existing systems.
Beginning SQL Server 2008 Administration is essential for anyone wishing to learn about implementing and managing SQL Server 2008 database. From college students, to experienced database administrators from other platforms, to those already familiar with SQL Server and wanting to fill in some gaps of knowledge, this book will bring all readers up to speed on the enterprise platform Microsoft SQL Server 2008. Clearly describes relational database concepts Explains the SQL Server database engine and supporting tools Shows various database maintenance scenarios
Author: Itzik Ben-Gan
Publisher: Microsoft Press Deutschland
Release Date: 2013-03-20
Erlernen Sie das Abfragen von Microsoft SQL Server 2012 und bereiten Sie sich gleichzeitig auf das Examen 70-461 vor. Das vorliegende Buch bietet Ihnen einen umfassenden Lehrbuchteil, mit dem Sie selbständig lernen und anhand praktischer Übungen die prüfungsrelevanten Fähigkeiten erwerben. Die anschließende Lernzielkontrolle ermöglicht Ihnen, anhand von Fragen und Antworten Ihre Kenntnisse zu überprüfen. Das Buch eignet sich auch als Nachschlagewerk für die tägliche Arbeit. Auf CD finden Sie eine Testprüfung mit 200 Fragen (englischsprachig). Verbessern Sie Ihre Kenntnisse und Ihre beruflichen Chancen mit diesem Original Microsoft Training.
Delve inside the core SQL Server engine--and put that knowledge to work--with guidance from a team of well-known internals experts. Whether database developer, architect, or administrator, you'll gain the deep knowledge you need to exploit key architectural changes--and capture the product's full potential. Discover how SQL Server works behind the scenes, including: What happens internally when SQL Server builds, expands, shrinks, and moves databases How to use event tracking--from triggers to the Extended Events Engine Why the right indexes can drastically reduce your query execution time How to transcend normal row-size limits with new storage capabilities How the Query Optimizer operates Multiple techniques for troubleshooting problematic query plans When to force SQL Server to reuse a cached query plan--or create a new one What SQL Server checks internally when running DBCC How to choose among five isolation levels and two concurrency models when working with multiple concurrent users
Learn the basics of Microsoft Azure and see how SQL Server on Azure VMs (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) and Azure SQL Databases (Platform-as-a-Service) work. This concise book shows you how to deploy, operate, and maintain your data using any one or a combination of these offerings along with your on-premise environment. Pro SQL Server on Microsoft Azure is a quintessential book for any IT professional who is planning to host their data on Microsoft Azure. This book will not only equip you with the tips, tricks, and tools to manage SQL Server offerings on Azure, but will also help you in deciding between PaaS, IaaS, or hybrid. In the ever-changing world of operations, IT administrators and SQL Server DBAs often find that the biggest challenges occur once they’ve deployed to the cloud. This is precisely why Pro SQL Server on Microsoft Azure was written; it will help you master today’s cloud world. What You'll Learn Understand the Microsoft Azure IaaS architecture Work with Azure Storage and Networking Deploy SQL Server on Azure VMs using best practices Apply effective security principles to SQL Azure Databases Measure and optimize the performance of SQL Server offerings on Azure Implement Business continuity and disaster recovery options with Azure SQL Databases Who This Book Is For This book is for IT admins and SQL Server DBAs who are managing or would be managing SQL Server deployments on Microsoft Azure. v>
Get SQL Server up and running on the Linux operating system and containers. No database professional managing or developing SQL Server on Linux will want to be without this deep and authoritative guide by one of the most respected experts on SQL Server in the industry. Get an inside look at how SQL Server for Linux works through the eyes of an engineer on the team that made it possible. Microsoft SQL Server is one of the leading database platforms in the industry, and SQL Server 2017 offers developers and administrators the ability to run a database management system on Linux, offering proven support for enterprise-level features and without onerous licensing terms. Organizations invested in Microsoft and open source technologies are now able to run a unified database platform across all their operating system investments. Organizations are further able to take full advantage of containerization through popular platforms such as Docker and Kubernetes. Pro SQL Server on Linux walks you through installing and configuring SQL Server on the Linux platform. The author is one of the principal architects of SQL Server for Linux, and brings a corresponding depth of knowledge that no database professional or developer on Linux will want to be without. Throughout this book are internals of how SQL Server on Linux works including an in depth look at the innovative architecture. The book covers day-to-day management and troubleshooting, including diagnostics and monitoring, the use of containers to manage deployments, and the use of self-tuning and the in-memory capabilities. Also covered are performance capabilities, high availability, and disaster recovery along with security and encryption. The book covers the product-specific knowledge to bring SQL Server and its powerful features to life on the Linux platform, including coverage of containerization through Docker and Kubernetes. What You'll Learn Learn about the history and internal of the unique SQL Server on Linux architecture. Install and configure Microsoft’s flagship database product on the Linux platform Manage your deployments using container technology through Docker and Kubernetes Know the basics of building databases, the T-SQL language, and developing applications against SQL Server on Linux Use tools and features to diagnose, manage, and monitor SQL Server on Linux Scale your application by learning the performance capabilities of SQL Server Deliver high availability and disaster recovery to ensure business continuity Secure your database from attack, and protect sensitive data through encryption Take advantage of powerful features such as Failover Clusters, Availability Groups, In-Memory Support, and SQL Server’s Self-Tuning Engine Learn how to migrate your database from older releases of SQL Server and other database platforms such as Oracle and PostgreSQL Build and maintain schemas, and perform management tasks from both GUI and command line Who This Book Is For Developers and IT professionals who are new to SQL Server and wish to configure it on the Linux operating system. This book is also useful to those familiar with SQL Server on Windows who want to learn the unique aspects of managing SQL Server on the Linux platform and Docker containers. Readers should have a grasp of relational database concepts and be comfortable with the SQL language.
Beginning SQL Server 2012 Administration provides the essential skills and knowledge needed to begin a successful career as an SQL Server database administrator. It’s an ideal book for those new to database administration, as well for those moving to SQL Server from other database brands such as Oracle and IBM DB2. SQL Server is more than just a database. It's situated within a larger context that includes solutions for reporting, for integrating data from other systems, for business intelligence and analysis, and more. Beginning SQL Server 2012 Administration paints the big picture to help you understand SQL Server’s place in the grand scheme. Then you’ll move into the nuts and bolts of installing the product, learning the management tools at your disposal, creating your first database, and maintaining that database in an ongoing state of readiness. Beginning SQL Server 2012 Administration goes beyond teaching just the core competencies of effective database administration. You will also learn the latest trends in SQL Server such as virtualizing and consolidating of servers, and using SQL Server in the cloud as a service. Administrators experienced on other platforms will find insight from comparisons of key features between SQL Server and other platforms. Beginning SQL Server 2012 Administration lays an excellent foundation for success as an SQL Server database administrator. Provides the essentials of successful SQL Server administration Covers the latest trends such as virtualization and cloud computing Paints the big picture of Microsoft’s data platform
Datenbanken bilden das Rückgrat nahezu jeder Businessanwendung. Dabei spielt oft die Performance eine entscheidende Rolle. Solange diese akzeptabel ist, wird das Thema gerne unterbewertet. Wenn sich jedoch die Beschwerden von Anwendern häufen, dass lange Wartezeiten oder gar Time-outs entstehen, wird das Thema Performance schnell kritisch, sodass schnelles und gleichzeitig gut durchdachtes Handeln erforderlich wird. Dieses Buch stellt für alle Versionen bis einschließlich SQL Server 2016 in kompakter Form dar, was zu prüfen ist, und wo mit möglichst geringem Aufwand schnell eine Verbesserung der Performance erzielt werden kann. In separaten Abschnitten des Textes wird ebenso darauf eingegangen, wie eine ausführliche Performanceanalyse aussehen und welche langfristigen Wartungsmaßnahmen man ergreifen kann, um die Datenbankperformance auch dauerhaft auf einem guten Level zu halten.
Replication is a way of copying and updating information in a database. The Definitive Guide to SQL Server 2005 Replication is for Microsoft database developers and administrators who want to learn about the different types of replication and those best suited to SQL Server 2005. The book will also delve into advanced topics like replication of SQL Server with heterogeneous databases; replication of different database objects like stored procedures; backup and recovery of replicated databases; performance and tuning; and finally troubleshooting replication. As such, this book will address the concerns of both novice and advanced users of replication.
Pro SQL Server 2008 Policy-Based Management is critical for database administrators seeking in-depth knowledge on administering servers using the new policy-based management features introduced in SQL Server 2008. This book will cover everything from a basic introduction to policy-based management to creating your own custom policies to enforce consistent rules across your organization. Provides in-depth treatment of policy-based management in a single source Provides practical usage scenarios for policy-based management Provides guidance to help meet growing regulatory compliance needs What you’ll learn Learn about policy-based management and why you should implement it. Create policies to maintain a consistent, predictable environment throughout your organization. Audit organizational compliance with policies automatically, across any number of servers. Help ensure compliance with PCI rules, HIPAA rules, and other government regulations. Configure and receive alerts for policy violations. View and report on the state of your policies. Who this book is for This book is for database administrators who wish to apply consistent management practices across dozens and even hundreds of database servers. Table of Contents Introduction to Policy-Based Management Creating Policies Evaluating Policies Policy-Based Management Using PowerShell Receiving Alerts for Policy Violations Policy-Based Management Internals Practical Uses of Policy-Based Management Reporting Enforcing Compliance Where to Go from Here