Pro SQL Server Internals explains how different SQL Server components work qunder the hoodq and how they communicate with each other. This is the practical book with a large number of examples that will show you how various design and implementation decisions affect the behavior and performance of your systems. Pro SQL Server Internals covers a multiple SQL Server versions starting with SQL Server 2005 all the way up to the recently released SQL Server 2014. Youall learn about new SQL Server 2014 features including the new Cardinality Estimator, In-Memory OLTP Engine (codename Hekaton), and Clustered Columnstore Indexes. With Pro SQL Server Internals, you have a solid roadmap for understanding the depth and power of the SQL Server database backend, regardless of the version and edition of SQL Server you use. Pro SQL Server Internals does the following: Explains how to design efficient database schema, indexing, and transaction strategies. Shows how various database objects and technologies are implemented internally and when they should or should not be used. Demonstrates how SQL Server executes queries and works with data and transaction logs. What youall learn Design and develop efficient database solutions utilizing SQL Server as the database backend. Troubleshoot and address design, concurrency, and performance issues in systems. Choose the right database objects and technologies for the job. Improve system availability and manageability and reduce implementation costs with data partitioning. Design efficient Disaster Recovery and High-Availability strategies for systems. Improve the performance of OLTP and Data Warehouse systems by utilizing new SQL Server 2014 features, such as the In-Memory OLTP Engine and Clustered Columnstore Indexes. Who this book is for Pro SQL Server Internals is a book for developers and database administrators who want to design, develop, and maintain systems in a way that gets the most from SQL Server. This book is an excellent choice for people who prefer to understand and fix the root cause of a problem, rather than applying a 'band aid' to it. Table of Contents Part 1 a Tables and Indexes ac Chapter 1: Data storage internals ac Chapter 2: Tables and Indexes a Internal Structure and Access Methods ac Chapter 3: Statistics ac Chapter 4: Special Indexing and Storage Features ac Chapter 5: Index fragmentation ac Chapter 6: Designing and tuning the indexes Part 2: Other things that matter ac Chapter 7: Constraints ac Chapter 8: Triggers ac Chapter 9: Views ac Chapter 10: Functions ac Chapter 11: XML ac Chapter 12: Temporary Tables ac Chapter 13: CLR ac Chapter 14: CLR types ac Chapter 15: Data partitioning ac Chapter 16: System design considerations Part 3: Locking, Blocking and Concurrency ac Chapter 17: Lock types ac Chapter 18: Troubleshooting Blocking issues ac Chapter 19: Deadlocks ac Chapter 20: Lock Escalations ac Chapter 21: Optimistic isolation levels ac Chapter 22: Application locks ac Chapter 23: Schema locks ac Chapter 24: Designing transaction strategies Part 4: Query Life Cycle ac Chapter 25: Query Optimization and Execution ac Chapter 26: Plan Caching Part 5: Practical Troubleshooting ac Chapter 27: System Troubleshooting ac Chapter 28: Extended events Part 6: Inside the transaction log ac Chapter 29: Transaction Log Internals ac Chapter 30: Designing a Backup Strategy ac Chapter 31: Designing a High Availability Strategy Part 7: In-Memory OLTP Engine ac Chapter 32: Hekaton (In Memory OLTP Engine) Part 8: Columnstore Indexes ac Chapter 33: In-Memory OLTP Programmability ac Chapter 34: Introduction to Columnstore indexes ac Chapter 35: Clustered Columnstore indexesMoving May 2014 partition data to April 2014 filegroup alter partition function pfOrders() merge range (a#39;2014-05-01a#39;); -- Marking that next used filegroup alter partition scheme psOrders next used [FG2014]; -- Creating new partition for May anbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Apress - 2014-06-17|