Pro Sql Server 2019 Administration: A Guide For The Modern Dba

Pro Sql Server 2019 Administration: A Guide For The Modern Dba
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Use this comprehensive guide for the SQL Server DBA, covering the gamut of what any practicing database administrator needs to know to get their daily work done. Updated for SQL Server 2019, this edition includes coverage of new features such as Static Data Masking, and the Hybrid Buffer Pool. Other new content includes coverage of Query Store, installation on Linux, and resumable DDL operations. Pro SQL Server 2019 Administration takes DBAs on a journey that begins with planning their SQL Server deployment and runs through installing and configuring the instance, administering and optimizing database objects, and ensuring that data is secure and highly available. Finally, readers will learn how to perform advanced maintenance and tuning techniques. This book teaches you to make the most of new SQL Server 2019 functionality, including resumable online index creation and the Always Encrypted feature with secure enclaves. The book promotes best-practice installation, shows how to configure for scalability and high workloads, and demonstrates the gamut of database-level maintenance tasks such as index maintenance, database consistency checks, and table optimizations. What You'll Learn Install SQL Server on Windows and Linux through the GUI and with PowerShell Optimize tables through in-memory OLTP, table partitioning, and the creation of indexes Improve performance through advanced features such as specialized indexes Secure and encrypt data to protect against embarrassing data breaches Ensure 24x7x365 access through high-availability and disaster recovery features Back up your data to ensure against loss, and recover data when needed Perform routine maintenance tasks such as database consistency checks Troubleshoot and solve performance problems in SQL queries and in the database engine Who This Book Is For SQL Server DBAs who manage on-premise installations of SQL Server. This book is also useful for DBAs who wish to learn advanced features such as Query Store, Extended Events, Distributed Replay, and Policy-Based Management, or those who need to install SQL Server in a variety of environments.

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