This guide explains how features work in the Exchange Server architecture, and how to configure and manage these features for optimal results. This content ranges from configuring global settings at an organizational level, to managing individual servers, to managing Exchange clusters. After reading this guide, you will have a solid understanding of what it takes to configure and manage your Exchange Server 2003 organization.
Contents at a Glance
Part 1: Introduction to Analysis Services
1 Introduction to OLAP and Its Role in Business Intelligence
2 Multidimensional Space
3 Client/Server Architecture and Multidimensional Databases: An Overview
Part 2: Creating Multidimensional Models
4 Conceptual Data Model
5 Dimensions in the Conceptual Model
6 Cubes and Multidimensional Analysis
A Tutorial on SQL Server 2005
CMPT 354 Fall 2007
Create Database Objects Create a database Create a table Set a constraint Create a view Create a user
Manage the Data Import data Export data Backup the database Restore the database
User runs a query
Query is sent to the server
2 3 4
Results sent back to workstations
Database Query is run Server on server
Results are given to user
Oracle Server Configuration Options
Oracle creates server processes to handle the requests of user processes connected to an instance. A server process can be either a dedicated server process, where one server process services only one user process, or it can be a shared server process, where a server process can service multiple user processes. Shared server processes are a part of Oracle Shared Server architecture.
After completing this appendix, you should be able
to do the following:
Describe the Oracle Server architecture and its main components
List the structures involved in connecting a user to an Oracle instance
List the stages in processing:
SQL Server was originally the Microsoft rebadged version of the Sybase relational database. It is only available on Windows platforms. Current version (July 2010) is SQL Server 2008 R2.
The two principal differences between SQL Server/Sybase and Oracle are:
1. SQL Server has no undo or rollback segments and therefore no rollback/commit functionality, or read consistent data views; other than what little can be accommodated from the on line redo logs.
2. SQL Server architecture is: 1 host machine to 1 or more Instances to many Databases.
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Part I: Introduction to Microsoft SQL Sever 2005.
Part II: System Design and Architecture.
Part III:Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Administration.
Windows Server 2008 is a big change from Windows Server 2003, as the 5-year gap in the names would sug-
gest. Microsoft is providing role-based management, major new product variations (Server Core, Read-Only
Domain Controllers), support for hardware-based virtualization, Network Access Protection, BitLocker drive
encryption, an overhauled Terminal Services architecture, and a raft of less exciting but nonetheless useful evo-
As a consultant, the process of designing and developing technology-based solutions
is one that you get to know intimately, thanks to iteration. Having been
involved in a dozen or more projects in the past few years, I came to realize that a
common component exists at the center of every one of those solutions. That component
is the data storage system.
Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server support using a
server architecture that distributes server tasks among front-end and back-end servers. In
this architecture, a front-end server accepts requests from clients and proxies them to the
appropriate back-end server for processing.
Table of Content Introduction to SQL Server 2008 What‘s New in SQL Server 2008? SQL Server 2008 Architecture Pages and Extents Files and File groups Memory Architecture Thread and Task Architecture Installing SQL Server 2005 SQL Server 2008 Installation Case Study/Practical Troubleshooting Upgrading the SQL server Configuring SQL Server Managing Database Services Case Study: Rebuilding System databases Case Study: Server Collation in SQL Server 2008
This design guide addresses implementing IPmc in a QoS-enabled IPsec VPN WAN for both site-to-site
and small office/home office (SOHO).
This design guide is the fourth in a series of Voice and Video Enabled IPsec VPN (V3PN) design guides
hat are available under the general link http://ww.cisco.com/go/srnd, which also contains many useful
design guides on QoS, IPmc, and WAN architectures:
• Voice and Video Enabled IPsec VPN (V3PN) Design Guide
• Enterprise Class Teleworker: V3PN for Teleworkers Design Guide
• IPsec VPN Redundancy and Load Sharing Design Guide...
This Training Kit is designed for information technology (IT) professionals who support
or plan to support data warehouses, extract-transform-load (ETL) processes, data quality
improvements, and master data management. It is designed for IT professionals who also
plan to take the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) exam 70-463. The authors
assume that you have a solid, foundation-level understanding of Microsoft SQL Server 2012
and the Transact-SQL language, and that you understand basic relational modeling concepts.
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.
Model-View-Controller is a popular architecture among the software developers
to build scalable and maintainable applications. While most of the time we use
the server-side MVC architecture, with the complexity increasing in the Rich
Application Development, a similar architecture is needed on the client-side, as well.
The client-side MVC architecture allows us to de-couple the presentation from the
model and the controller logic.
DNS architecture is a hierarchical distributed database and an associated set of protocols that define: •A mechanism for querying and updating the database. •A mechanism for replicating the information in the database among servers. •A schema of the database. DNS originated in the early days of the Internet when the Internet was a small network established by the United States Department of Defense for research purposes. The host names of the computers in this network were managed through the use of a single HOSTS file located on a centrally administered server....
SQL Server MVP Deep Dives is organized into five parts: Design and Architecture, Development, Administration, Performance Tuning and Optimization, and Business Intelligence. Within each part, you'll find a collection of brilliantly concise and focused chapters that take on key topics like mobile data strategies, Dynamic Management Views, or query performance. The range of subjects covered is comprehensive, from database design tips to data profiling strategies for BI.
Mike Young is the co-founder of Softouch Inc. Mike has spent the last several years teaching, consulting, and developing training materials about Microsoft products. Mike has spent the majority of his time over the years supporting and consulting about Microsoft SQL Server. He has a background in database administration and is concerned that his clients meet their expectations for the product. Mike’s primary areas of expertise are Data Transformation Services (DTS), Analysis Server, and all areas related to security. Curtis W. Young is the other co-founder of Softouch Inc....
This document provides design and configuration guidance for site and server load balancing, Secure
Sockets Layer (SSL)- offload and WAN optimization in a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 environment
when it is deployed into a Cisco multisite data center architecture. An overview of the various Microsoft
Exchange Server 2007 roles and operations will be given to provide the reader some context as to how
the application environment is impacted in a multisite data center design.
This book is meant to be a resource for anyone involved in the design, production,
overseeing, or troubleshooting of a site that employs server load balancing
(SLB). Managers and other high-level people can use this book to improve their
understanding of the overall technology. Engineers and site architects can use this
book to give insight into their designs and implementations of SLB. Technicians
can use this book to help configure and troubleshoot SLB implementations, as well
as other in-the-trenches work....