This comprehensive guide teaches you the skills needed to successfully administer SQL Server 2012. You'll learn how to handle the most difficult admin issues including change management, security, performance tuning, monitoring, and backups. And you'll also discover how to master the latest features of the 2012 release, including client connectivity enhancements, cloud computing, data replication, and business intelligence. This detailed instruction by leading experts will help you improve the efficiency, scalability, and performance of your SQL Server environment so you can do more in much less time.
Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Administration:
Examines settings and configuration items that improve SQL Server performance
Shows how to implement strategies for effective indexing for your database
Takes you through the setup, configuration, and testing of a cluster
Outlines the options in SQL Server for backups and recoveries, and provides recommendations to make the most of these features
Covers what you need to know about how SharePoint® 2010 integrates with SQL Server
Introduces SQL Server Azure and gets you up and running on this exciting new cloud platform
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There are so many typos in this book that I almost give up on reading it. Either the authors do not know what they are talking about or they do not spend time in explaining it... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christine
I have written a chapter-by-chapter review of this book on www DOT i-programmer DOT info, the first and last parts of this review follow:
This is a big... Read more
This book is like most technical books: Way too wordy and not always precise.
I have to read a ton of info to get the kernel of what I need. Read more
This book had everything i needed to know about this subject.
Good stuff. Even had some samples to try out as well to apply to my environment.