This is a comprehensive overview of SQL Server architecture, up to and including Microsoft SQL Server 6.5. This guide covers all the basics of SQL Server system administration, showing how to implement distributed databases and enhance security. The text is designed to help database developers and administrators become quickly acquainted with Microsoft SQL Server 6.5. It shows how to create a well-designed Microsoft SQL Server database, improve database access via both direct SQL or stored procedures, and tune the database engine. It includes many specific techniques for optimizing applications, improving organizational productivity, eliminating unnecessary complexity and reducing hardware costs. Each important concept is illustrated with concise examples.
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This book helps any database professional get up-and-running-fast with Microsoft SQL Server 6.5. This book helps database developers and administrators get up-to-speed fast with Microsoft SQL Server 6.5. It presents a complete overview of Microsoft SQL Server architecture and capabilities -- and it gives database professionals the insights they need to produce the fast applications users demand. Learn how to create a well-designed Microsoft SQL Server database, improve database access via both direct SQL or stored procedures, and tune the database engine. The book also includes dozens of specific techniques you can use to optimize SQL Server applications, improve organizational productivity, eliminate unnecessary complexity, and reduce hardware costs. Every important concept is illustrated with concise, easy-to-understand examples. This book is for developers, database/system administrators and analysts who are knowledgeable about at least one RDBMS product and need to become productive with Microsoft SQL Server. This includes thousands of Oracle, Informix and Sybase professionals who are migrating to both Windows NT and Microsoft SQL Server.From the Back Cover:
Learn what you need to know to be a database adminstrator!
Microsoft SQL Server Version 6.5 is the best-selling database server for the Windows NT market. Now, in Microsoft SQL Server: What Database Administrators Need to Know, software consultant Jeffry Byrne cuts through the fog surrounding database administration and shows you—with clear, step-by-step examples—how to:
*Use logical structures effectively
*Retain data integrity
*Maintain data consistency and concurrency
*Manage your available storage space
*Optimize your performance
*Keep your database secure
*Backup and restore your database
*Publish database information on the World Wide Web
By following the clear, concise methods and procedures outlined in this book, you will learn how to set up and administer your own Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 database. But—even better—you'll learn how to optimize your database for speed and efficiency and how to keep your database safe. Microsoft SQL Server: What Database Administrators Need to Know also includes hints and techniques to use with the latest release of Microsoft SQL Server—all in an easy-to-follow illustrated format.
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