SQL Server 2008 represents a sizable jump forward in scalability, performance, and usability for the DBA, developer, and business intelligence (BI) developer. It is no longer unheard of to have 20-terabyte databases running on a SQL Server. SQL Server administration used to just be the job of a database administrator (DBA), but as SQL Server proliferates throughout smaller companies
Contents at a Glance
About the Authors, About the Technical Reviewer, Acknowledgments
PART 1: Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008
CHAPTER 1 New Feature Overview
CHAPTER 2 Pre-Installation Considerations
CHAPTER 3 Choosing a High-Availability Solution
PART 2: Getting Started
SQL Server 2008 introduces many new features that will change database administration procedures; many DBAs will be forced to migrate to SQL Server 2008. This book teaches you how to develop the skills required to successfully administer a SQL Server 2008 database; no prior experience is required. The material covers system installation and configuration/architecting, implementing and monitoring security controls, configuring and managing network communications, automating administration tasks
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SQL Server 2008 Database Administration– Monitoring and Performance
Chapter 9 is about performance and exception monitoring your server
• We’ll start with the basics (using Profiler) and end with new features in SQL Server 2008 (Data Collector)
A hands–on resource for SQL Server 2008 troubleshooting methods and tools SQL Server administrators need to ensure that SQL Server remains running 24/7. Authored by leading SQL Server experts and MVPs, this book provides in–depth coverage of best practices based on a deep understanding of the internals of both SQL Server and the Windows operating system. You′ll get a thorough look at the SQL Server database architecture and internals as well as Windows OS internals so that you can approach troubleshooting with a solid grasp of the total processing environment.
Learn how to conquer Windows Server 2008—from the inside out! Designed for system administrators, this definitive resource features hundreds of timesaving solutions, expert insights, troubleshooting tips, and workarounds for administering Windows Server 2008—all in concise, fast-answer format. You will learn how to perform upgrades and migrations, automate deployments, implement security features, manage software updates and patches, administer users and accounts
If you're a Windows Server 2008 system administrator, this is a reference you?ll want to keep on hand. Written by a Microsoft MVP who has multiple MCITP certifications and bestselling author, this book gives you invaluable tips and unbeatable advice for deploying and managing Windows Server 2008 R2. Covering all aspects of the operating system in an easy-to-follow
Group Policy puts an impressively powerful toolset into the hands of administrators working in the Active
Directory environment. The Group Policy Object Editor (GPOE) acts much like a centralized, network-aware
Registry editor: Make a setting, and Group Policy enforces it for you from that point forward. (Of course, Group
Policy goes beyond Registry settings to include a variety of security and software installation capabilities, too.)
There are a couple of reasons why SQL Server, the system that comprises
Database Engine, Analysis Services, Reporting Services and Integration
Services is the best choice for a broad spectrum of end users and database
programmers building business applications:
c SQL Server is certainly the best system for Windows operating systems, because
of its tight integration (and low pricing). Because the number of installed
Windows systems is enormous and still increasing rapidly, SQL Server is a widely
This book is targeted primarily at Windows server administrators who are responsible
for hands-on deployment and day-to-day management of Windows-based
servers for large organizations. Windows server administrators manage file and
print servers, network infrastructure servers, Web servers, and IT application
You will learn how to use new features that help you improve security, performance, reliability, and operational efficiency, as well as how to automate deployment and administration. Examine Windows Hypervisor virtualization, Windows Deployment Services, Internet Information Services 7.0, Windows PowerShellTM, Network Access Protection, and other security features. Take a guided preview from the experts and get ready to plan for deployment and perform your first upgrades and migrations to Windows Server code name Longhorn.
PowerShell is a scripting language built into Windows Server 2008 R2 servers.
PowerShell is designed to help you perform routine and repetitive tasks in a scriptable
fashion. PowerShell helps alleviate many of the time-consuming and tedious
tasks administrators have had to do in the past. You may have used various scripting
technologies over the years to accomplish these tasks; however, in PowerShell
2.0, you have a better tool than you have ever had when working with Microsoft
environments. PowerShell 2.0 was launched with the release of Windows 7 and
Windows Server 2008 R2.
Thêm Thánh Thánh phải được thêm vào các máy chủ VMM để quản lý chúng từ Quản trị viên VMM console. Phần này mô tả làm thế nào để thêm máy chủ, các thành viên miền và chu vi các máy chủ nhóm làm việc, để các quản trị viên VMM console. Mở giao diện điều khiển bằng cách sử dụng Administrator VMM các shortcut trên desktop của Windows hoặc thông qua menu Start theo Microsoft System Center, Virtual Machine Manager 2008, Virtual Machine Manager Administrator Console...
Using Vir tual Machine Manager 2008 for Provisioning
The progress of the VM deployment can be monitored by selecting the VM in the self-service portal and clicking Properties in the Actions pane. Then click the Latest Job tab.
Migrating a VM
VMM provides the capability to move, or migrate, VMs quickly and easily between hosts. There are three ways this can be accomplished in VMM.
The Migrate Virtual Machine Action
The Migrate Virtual Machine Wizard enables the administrator to migrate a VM to another host using a VMM wizard, as follows: 1.
Module 8: Configuring network access protection. Network Access Protection (NAP) ensures compliance with specific health policies for systems accessing the network. NAP assists administrators in achieving and maintaining a specific health policy. This module provides information about how NAP works, and how to configure, monitor, and troubleshoot NAP.