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SQL Server 2017 Administration Inside Out
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William Assaf Randolph West
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SQL Server 2017 Administration Inside Out

William Assaf Randolph West Sven Aelterman Mindy Curnutt


Microsoft Press

SQL Server & MS SQL


704 pages

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SQL Server 2017 Inside Out is the authoritative in-depth reference for every working database administrator responsible for planning, implementing, or managing SQL Server in any production environment -- on-premises, cloud, or hybrid.

Emphasising SQL Server 2017's newest features, including running SQL Server on Linux, four leading Microsoft database experts share insider techniques, solutions, advice, and troubleshooting tips for maximising efficiency and effectiveness in all facets of deployment and day-to-day administration, and performance optimisation.

The authors tour a wide array of tools and features available in the SQL Server 2017 database engine, SQL Server Data Tools, SQL Server Management Studio, and PowerShell. Throughout, they offer clear overviews, detailed explanations, step-by-step demonstrations, and practical scripts -- all drawing on their extensive in-the-trenches experience.

By:   William Assaf, Randolph West, Sven Aelterman, Mindy Curnutt
Imprint:   Microsoft Press
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 270mm,  Width: 190mm,  Spine: 190mm
Weight:   400g
ISBN:   9781509305216
ISBN 10:   1509305211
Pages:   704
Publication Date:   February 2018
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

1. Installing and Using SQL Server 2016 2. Introducing Database Infrastructure Components 3. Architecting and Implementing a Database Infrastructure 4. Provisioning SQL Server SQL Databases 5. Provisioning Azure SQL Databases 6. Securing the Server and Data Encryption in SQL Server 7. Implementing and Managing SQL Server User Security and Permissions 8. Understanding and Designing SQL Server Tables 9. Performance Tuning and Optimizing SQL Server 10. Developing Deploying and Managing Data Recovery 11. Implementing SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery 12. Managing and Monitoring SQL Server Databases 13. Automating SQL Server Administration

William Assaf, MCSE, is a Microsoft SQL Server consultant and manager and blogs about SQL at William has been a designer, database developer, and admin on application and data warehousing projects for private and public clients. He has helped write the last two generations of Microsoft SQL Server certification exams since 2012 and has been a Regional Mentor for PASS since 2015. William and fellow author Patrick Leblanc worked together on SQL Server 2012 Step by Step (Microsoft Press, 2015), having met at and together led the SQL Server User Group and SQLSaturday in Baton Rouge. William and his high school sweetheart enjoy travelling to speak at SQLSaturdays around the south, and hope to see to see you there, too. Randolph West is a Data Platform MVP from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He is coorganizer of the Calgary SQL Server User Group and Calgary SQLSaturday. He speaks at various conferences around the world, and acts on stage and screen. Randolph specializes in implementing best practices, performance tuning, disaster recovery, and cloud migrations, through his company Born SQL. You can read his blog at Sven Aelterman started with SQL Server when he first deployed version 2000 in a failover cluster scenario. Since then, he has worked as IT manager, principal consultant, and IT director. He currently serves the Trojans (students) of Troy University as a lecturer in information systems in the Sorrell College of Business and as director of IT for the College. In addition, he is cloud software architect for Sorrell Solutions, a business services nonprofit through which Trojans can gain real-world business and IT experience. In a fledgling attempt to give back to the community, he has spoken at many SQLSaturdays and code camps in the southeastern United States since 2005. He spoke about SSIS 2012 at Microsoft TechEd 2011. In 2012, he coauthored a book dedicated to SQL Server FILESTREAM. His involvement with Microsoft Azure resulted in the organization of two Global Azure Bootcamp events at Troy University. Sven blogs about a variety of Microsoft technologies at and tweets and retweets about technology @svenaelterman. Mindy Curnutt, an independent consultant, is 4X Microsoft Data Platform MVP and Idera ACE. She has been actively involved in the SQL Server Community for more than a decade, presenting at various User Group Meetings, SQLPASS Summits, as well as SQLSaturdays across North America. For two years, she was a team lead for the SQLPASS Summit Abstract Review Process and since 2015 has served as one of the three SQLPASS Summit program managers. She was a SME for a couple of the SQL 2012 and 2014 Microsoft SQL Server Certification Exams and helped to author SQL Server 2014 Step by Step. Mindy currently serves on the board of directors for the North Texas SQL Server User's Group. She also serves as a mentor to others, helping to educate and promote scalable and sustainable SQL Server architecture and design. She is passionate about Data Security, Accessibility, Usability, Scalability and Performance. You can follow Mindy at her blog, and on Twitter where she's known as @sqlgirl.

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