This reference includes timesaving solutions, tips, and workarounds to help plan, implement, deploy, provision, manage, and secure SQL Server 2022 in any environment: on-premises, cloud, or hybrid, including detailed, dedicated chapters on Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Managed Instance. Nine authors including Randolph West tour DBA capabilities available in the SQL Server 2022 Database Engine, SQL Server Data Tools, SQL Server Management Studio and PowerShell.
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This edition has new coverage of Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Managed Instance, both as a cloud platform of SQL Server and in their new integrations with SQL Server 2022.
Author: Randolph West et al
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Date: September 2023
Audience: SQL Server administrators
- Identify low-hanging fruit and practical, easy wins for improving SQL Server administration
- Get started with modern SQL Server tools, including SQL Server Management Studio, and Azure Data Studio
- Upgrade your SQL Server administration skillset to new features of SQL Server 2022, Azure SQL Database, Azure SQL Managed Instance, and SQL Server on Linux
- Design and implement modern on-premises database infrastructure, including Kubernetes
- Use data virtualization of third-party or non-relational data sources
- Monitor SQL instances for corruption, index activity, fragmentation, and extended events
- Automate maintenance plans, database mail, jobs, alerts, proxies, and event forwarding
- Protect data through encryption, privacy, and auditing
- Provision, manage, scale and secure, and bidirectionally synchronize Microsoft's powerful Azure SQL Managed Instance
- Understand and enable new Intelligent Query Processing features to increase query concurrency
- Prepare a best-practice runbook for disaster recovery
- Use SQL Server 2022 features to span infrastructure across hybrid environments
SQL Server 2022 Administration Inside Out
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