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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Internals By Kalen Delaney Paul S. Randal Kimberly L. Tripp Conor Cunningham Adam Machanic Ben Nevarez Paul Randal Kimberly Tripp,

  • Title: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Internals
  • Author: Kalen Delaney Paul S. Randal Kimberly L. Tripp Conor Cunningham Adam Machanic Ben Nevarez Paul Randal Kimberly Tripp
  • ISBN: 9780735626249
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 happeDelve 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
    Microsoft SQL Server Internals 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 th

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    1. During the course of my work day, I spend the bulk of my programming time working with SQL Server writing queries to retrieve data from our expansive scheme, creating or updating records, or designing new table structures to support exciting features Recently, I ve added making slow SQL go faster to the list of things I expect to be able to do well Towards that end, I m attempting to immerse myself in the technicalities of how SQL Server does what it does and how my choices as a developer can af [...]

    2. This book took me a good six weeks to finish as it had so much information to consume that I would often find myself reading for ten or twenty pages and then having to take a break However, I feel like reading it cover to cover once, in combination with some of the MCM Prep videos, has given me a very strong foundation of how the engine works I m sure that I will continue to look back at some of the chapters over the next several years as I come upon problems with T SQL This book is highly recom [...]

    3. The best SQL Server book I ever read You will not learn how to administer a SQL Server installation This is outside the scope of this book.Really perfect the fifth chapter, where you can find the details of the physical storage for every bit in the Data pages, for every datatype, and so on.One of my favourite chapters is the tenth chapter, about transactions, isolation levels, locking and latching Amazing

    4. The perfect companion piece to Itzik Ben Fan s T SQL Querying, Kalen Delaney et al manages to expose a lot of what makes SQL Server tick from the basic architecture to tables indexes thru to an extensive examination of the DBCC command Highly recommended.

    5. Kalen et al have produced a truly great SQL Server internals book, again It covers many areas of how the DBMS actually works and will help any DBA get from the uknowns to pinning down the details.

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