Pro SQL Server Relational Database Design and Implementation

Author: Louis Davidson,Jessica Moss

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484219732

Category: Computers

Page: 791

View: 828

Learn effective and scalable database design techniques in a SQL Server 2016 and higher environment. This book is revised to cover in-memory online transaction processing, temporal data storage, row-level security, durability enhancements, and other design-related features that are new or changed in SQL Server 2016. Designing an effective and scalable database using SQL Server is a task requiring skills that have been around for forty years coupled with technology that is constantly changing. Pro SQL Server Relational Database Design and Implementation covers everything from design logic that business users will understand, all the way to the physical implementation of design in a SQL Server database. Grounded in best practices and a solid understanding of the underlying theory, Louis Davidson shows how to "get it right" in SQL Server database design and lay a solid groundwork for the future use of valuable business data. The pace of change in relational database management systems has been tremendous these past few years. Whereas in the past it was enough to think about optimizing data residing on spinning hard drives, today one also must consider solid-state storage as well as data that are constantly held in memory and never written to disk at all except as a backup. Furthermore, there is a trend toward hybrid cloud and on-premise database configurations as well a move toward preconfigured appliances. Pro SQL Server Relational Database Design and Implementation guides in the understanding of these massive changes and in their application toward sound database design. Gives a solid foundation in best practices and relational theory Covers the latest implementation features in SQL Server 2016 Helps you master in-memory OLTP and use it effectively Takes you from conceptual design to an effective, physical implementation What You Will Learn Develop conceptual models of client data using interviews and client documentation Recognize and apply common database design patterns Normalize data models to enhance scalability and the long term use of valuable data Translate conceptual models into high–performing SQL Server databases Secure and protect data integrity as part of meeting regulatory requirements Create effective indexing to speed query performance Who This Book Is For Programmers and database administrators of all types who want to use SQL Server to store data. The book is especially useful to those wanting to learn the very latest design features in SQL Server 2016, features that include an improved approach to in-memory OLTP, durability enhancements, temporal data support, and more. Chapters on fundamental concepts, the language of database modeling, SQL implementation, and of course, the normalization process, lay a solid groundwork for readers who are just entering the field of database design. More advanced chapters serve the seasoned veteran by tackling the very latest in physical implementation features that SQL Server has to offer. The book has been carefully revised to cover all the design-related features that are new in SQL Server 2016.

Pro SQL Server 2008 Relational Database Design and Implementation

Author: Louis Davidson,Kevin Kline,Scott Klein,Kurt Windisch

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1430208678

Category: Computers

Page: 680

View: 3703

Learn effective and scalable database design techniques in a SQL Server environment. Pro SQL Server 2008 Relational Database Design and Implementation covers everything from design logic that business users will understand, all the way to the physical implementation of the design in a SQL Server database. Grounded in best practices and a solid understanding of the underlying theory, authors Louis Davidson, Kevin Kline, Scott Klein, and Kurt Windisch show how to 'get it right' in SQL Server database design and lay a solid groundwork for the future use of valuable business data. Solid foundation in best practices and relational theory Maximize SQL Server features to enhance security, performance, scalability Thorough treatment from conceptual design to an effective, physical implementation

High Performance MySQL

Author: Baron Schwartz,Peter Zaitsev,Vadim Tkachenko,Jeremy D. Zawodny,Arjen Lentz,Derek J. Balling

Publisher: O'Reilly Germany

ISBN: 3897218356

Category: Computers

Page: 768

View: 1479

Einführungen in MySQL gibt es viele. Wer aber größere MySQL-Server betreut, die verlässlich laufen müssen, egal was Programmierer oder Benutzer auf sie loslassen, der braucht weiter reichende Informationen. In High Performance MySQL beschreiben sechs anerkannte Experten mit langjähriger Erfahrung auf großen Systemen alle Stellschrauben, an denen MySQL-Admins drehen können, um Sicherheit, Performance, Datenintegrität und Robustheit zu erhöhen. Von Profis für Profis Hier geht es nicht um kleine Webauftritte mit Datenbankanbindung! Lernen Sie stattdessen fortgeschrittene Techniken kennen, mit denen Sie MySQLs Potenzial voll ausreizen können -- um große, skalierbare Systeme zu entwerfen, zu optimieren und zu sichern. Behandelt werden Benchmarking, Indizes, Storage-Engines, Replikationen, Lastverteilung und Hochverfügbarkeit, Backups, Sicherheit... und zu jedem Aspekt die richtigen Werkzeuge, mit denen sich Ihre Ziele am besten realisieren lassen. Praxiserprobt muss es sein Der eine ist MySQL-Guru bei Yahoo!, der andere Angestellter Nr. 25 bei MySQL AB und dort nacheinander für das MySQL-Manual, die Trainingskurse und die Entwicklung des Supports zuständig, wieder ein anderer war bei MySQL AB im High-Performance-Team – die Autoren dieses Buchs wissen, wovon sie sprechen. Graue Theorie finden Sie woanders, hier geht es um bewährte Techniken aus der Praxis. Die erste Auflage von „High Performance MySQL“ wurde hoch gelobt und hat schon unzähligen Lesern wertvolle Dienste geleistet. Nun war es an der Zeit, dieses anerkannte Handbuch einmal komplett zu aktualisieren, um nützliches Referenzmaterial zu erweitern, neue Features der Versionen MySQL 5.0 und 5.1 zu ergänzen und zahlreiche Themen wie die Optimierung der Storage-Engine InnoDB zu vertiefen.

Einführung in die Android-Entwicklung

Author: Marko Gargenta

Publisher: O'Reilly Germany

ISBN: 3868991158

Category: Computers

Page: 272

View: 1682

Sie wollen Apps für Android-Geräte entwickeln? Mit diesem Buch machen Sie sich zügig die entscheidenden Grundlagen zu eigen. Eine kompakte Orientierungshilfe für objektorientierte Programmierer Sie beherrschen Java oder eine ähnliche Programmiersprache? Dann brauchen Sie nur noch einen Überblick über die Android-Architektur, das Application-Framework, die Bibliotheken sowie die Verteilung der Application Package-(APK)-Dateien, um richtig loslegen zu können. Richten Sie sich Ihre Entwicklungsumgebung ein und beginnen Sie mit den ersten einfachen Programmen. Eine systematische Vorstellung der wichtigen Bausteine komplexer Apps Es ist immer besser, von Anfang an den konzeptionellen Überblick über das große Ganze zu bewahren und das Zusammenspiel der verschiedenen Elemente wie Activities, Intents, Services etc. zu koordinieren. Lernen Sie außerdem die Android Interface Definition Language (AIDL) und das Native Development Kit (NDK) kennen. Ein realistisches Projekt, das Schritt für Schritt wächst Im Lauf des Buchs entwickeln Sie eine Twitter-ähnliche Anwendung, der Sie in jedem Kapitel neue Features hinzufügen. Parallel dazu bestücken Sie Ihren eigenen Werkzeugkasten mit Codemustern, die Sie bei allen möglichen Arten von Android-Apps sicher immer wieder brauchen können.

Pro SQL Server 2005 Database Design and Optimization

Author: Louis Davidson,Kevin Kline,Kurt Windisch

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781590595299

Category: Computers

Page: 644

View: 2909

A professional developer's guide to SQL Server 2005 describes the latest features of the program as related to physical database design, covering everything from establishing database requirements and data modeling to implementation, and discussing how to optimize and secure access to data, indexing strategies, SQL optimization and scalability procedures, optimal code distribution, and the use of .NET code. Original. (Intermediate)

Einführung in SQL

Author: Alan Beaulieu

Publisher: O'Reilly Germany

ISBN: 3897219387

Category: Computers

Page: 353

View: 3161

SQL kann Spaß machen! Es ist ein erhebendes Gefühl, eine verworrene Datenmanipulation oder einen komplizierten Report mit einer einzigen Anweisung zu bewältigen und so einen Haufen Arbeit vom Tisch zu bekommen. Einführung in SQL bietet einen frischen Blick auf die Sprache, deren Grundlagen jeder Entwickler beherrschen muss. Die aktualisierte 2. Auflage deckt die Versionen MySQL 6.0, Oracle 11g und Microsoft SQL Server 2008 ab. Außerdem enthält sie neue Kapitel zu Views und Metadaten. SQL-Basics - in null Komma nichts durchstarten: Mit diesem leicht verständlichen Tutorial können Sie SQL systematisch und gründlich lernen, ohne sich zu langweilen. Es führt Sie rasch durch die Basics der Sprache und vermittelt darüber hinaus eine Reihe von häufig genutzten fortgeschrittenen Features. Mehr aus SQL-Befehlen herausholen: Alan Beaulieu will mehr vermitteln als die simple Anwendung von SQL-Befehlen: Er legt Wert auf ein tiefes Verständnis der SQL-Features und behandelt daher auch den Umgang mit Mengen, Abfragen innerhalb von Abfragen oder die überaus nützlichen eingebauten Funktionen von SQL. Die MySQL-Beispieldatenbank: Es gibt zwar viele Datenbankprodukte auf dem Markt, aber welches wäre zum Erlernen von SQL besser geeignet als MySQL, das weit verbreitete relationale Datenbanksystem? Der Autor hilft Ihnen, eine MySQL-Datenbank anzulegen, und nutzt diese für die Beispiele in diesem Buch. Übungen mit Lösungen: Zu jedem Thema finden Sie im Buch gut durchdachte Übungen mit Lösungen. So ist sichergestellt, dass Sie schnell Erfolgserlebnisse haben und das Gelernte auch praktisch umsetzen können.

Pro SQL Database for Windows Azure

SQL Server in the Cloud

Author: Scott Klein,Herve Roggero

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1430243961

Category: Computers

Page: 320

View: 1779

Pro SQL Database for Windows Azure, 2nd Edition shows how to create enterprise-level database deployments without the usual investment in datacenter and other infrastructure. Take advantage instead of Microsoft’s worldwide backbone for cloud computing that delivers all the power of SQL Server in the form of the cloud-based SQL Database for Windows Azure. You can create and deploy a database in mere minutes that is accessible worldwide and takes advantage of SQL Database's high-availability features to protect your data while ensuring 99.9% uptime. SQL Azure is ideally suited for startups, who can benefit from instant access to a robust and secure web-accessible database platform for use in rapidly deploying new products to market. SQL Azure is also ideal for small and mid-sized businesses, giving them the same ability to deploy SQL Server as any large enterprise, but without the management overhead. Even large enterprises find SQL Azure useful in creating failover environments, development environments, extra capacity to handle surges in demand, and more. Pro SQL Database for Windows Azure covers the very latest in Microsoft’s fast-moving, cloud platform, showing how to program and administer it in a variety of cloud computing scenarios. You’ll learn to program SQL Azure from ASP.NET, from WinForms, and from SQL Reporting Services. You’ll learn to manage the platform by planning for scalability, troubleshooting performance issues, and implementing strong security. You’ll learn the unique aspects of SQL Azure such as sharding and federation support that combine to place SQL Azure a step above and ahead of the competiton. Shows how to use SQL Azure from classic Windows applications, ASP.NET and Windows Communication Foundation Covers management, performance, scalability, and troubleshooting Addresses the all-important issue of securing your data Helps you properly design for high-performance in a cloud environment Helps you adopt the new Federations feature in SQL Azure

Abfragen Von Microsoft SQL Server 2012 - Original Microsoft Training Fur Examen 70-461

Author: Itzik Ben-Gan,Dejan Sarka,Ron Talmage

Publisher: Microsoft Press Deutschland

ISBN: 9783866459618

Category: Electronic books

Page: 745

View: 9024

Erlernen Sie das Abfragen von Microsoft SQL Server 2012 und bereiten Sie sich gleichzeitig auf das Examen 70-461 vor. Das vorliegende Buch bietet Ihnen einen umfassenden Lehrbuchteil, mit dem Sie selbstandig lernen und anhand praktischer Ubungen die prufu

Pro SQL Server 2000 Database Design

Building Quality OLTP Databases

Author: Louis Davidson

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1430207086

Category: Computers

Page: 592

View: 7055

* Obtain a deep understanding of database design and modeling concepts. * Implement a complete case study, from initial requirements gathering, right up to the point where it is up and running on SQL Server 2000. * Design and build relational databases that will be more efficient and productive for your organization.

Beginning SQL Server 2012 for Developers

Author: Robin Dewson

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1430237503

Category: Computers

Page: 720

View: 9945

Beginning SQL Server 2012 for Developers is the perfect book for developers new to SQL Server and planning to create and deploy applications against Microsoft’s market-leading database system for the Windows platform. Now in its third edition, the book is enhanced to cover the very latest developments in SQL Server 2012. Also new in the book is coverage of the no-cost Express Edition. Whether you have no knowledge of databases, or have knowledge of desktop databases such as Microsoft Access, or even come from another brand such as Oracle Database, Beginning SQL Server 2012 for Developers provides the insights to get up and running with SQL Server 2012. Within the book, there are plenty of examples of tasks that developers routinely perform. You’ll learn to create tables and indexes, and best practices for securing your valuable data. You’ll learn design tradeoffs and find out how to make sound decisions resulting in scalable databases and maintainable code. Beginning SQL Server 2012 for Developers takes you through the entire database development process, from installing the software to creating a database to writing the code to connect to that database and move data in and out. By the end of the book, you’ll be able to design and create solid and reliable database solutions using SQL Server 2012. Takes you through the entire database application development lifecycle Includes brand new coverage of SQL Server 2012 features Introduces the freely-available Express Edition What you’ll learn How to install SQL Server 2012 How to build a database application from start to finish How to create tables and indices to manage your data How to write stored code to execute directly in the database server How to back up, recover, and otherwise maintain your database How to connect to your database from client languages such as C# and VB .NET Who this book is for Beginning SQL Server 2012 for Developers is ideal for developers starting out with SQL Server 2012. There is no prerequisite background in developing database applications. Developers from other platforms and those brand new to database programming alike will find in Beginning SQL Server 2012 for Developers an excellent introduction to using and programming Microsoft’s database platform. Table of Contents Overview and Installation SQL Server Management Studio Database Design and Creation Security and Compliance Defining Tables Creating Indexes and Database Diagramming Database Backups and Recovery Database Maintenance Inserting and Deleting Data Selecting and Updating Data Building a View Stored Procedures, Functions, and Security Essentials for Effective Coding Advanced T-SQL Triggers Connecting from Client Code

Database Design for Mere Mortals

A Hands-on Guide to Relational Database Design

Author: Michael James Hernandez

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

ISBN: 9780201752847

Category: Computers

Page: 611

View: 8903

“This book takes the somewhat daunting process of database design and breaks it into completely manageable and understandable components. Mike’s approach whilst simple is completely professional, and I can recommend this book to any novice database designer.” –Sandra Barker, Lecturer, University of South Australia, Australia “Databases are a critical infrastructure technology for information systems and today’s business. Mike Hernandez has written a literate explanation of database technology–a topic that is intricate and often obscure. If you design databases yourself, this book will educate you about pitfalls and show you what to do. If you purchase products that use a database, the book explains the technology so that you can understand what the vendor is doing and assess their products better.” –Michael Blaha, consultant and trainer, author of A Manager’s Guide to Database Technology “If you told me that Mike Hernandez could improve on the first edition of Database Design for Mere Mortals I wouldn’t have believed you, but he did! The second edition is packed with more real-world examples, detailed explanations, and even includes database-design tools on the CD-ROM! This is a must-read for anyone who is even remotely interested in relational database design, from the individual who is called upon occasionally to create a useful tool at work, to the seasoned professional who wants to brush up on the fundamentals. Simply put, if you want to do it right, read this book!” –Matt Greer, Process Control Development, The Dow Chemical Company “Mike’s approach to database design is totally common-sense based, yet he’s adhered to all the rules of good relational database design. I use Mike’s books in my starter database-design class, and I recommend his books to anyone who’s interested in learning how to design databases or how to write SQL queries.” –Michelle Poolet, President, MVDS, Inc. “Slapping together sophisticated applications with poorly designed data will hurt you just as much now as when Mike wrote his first edition, perhaps even more. Whether you’re just getting started developing with data or are a seasoned pro; whether you've read Mike’s previous book or this is your first; whether you're happier letting someone else design your data or you love doing it yourself–this is the book for you. Mike’s ability to explain these concepts in a way that’s not only clear, but fun, continues to amaze me.” –From the Foreword by Ken Getz, MCW Technologies, coauthor ASP.NET Developer's JumpStart “The first edition of Mike Hernandez’s book Database Design for Mere Mortals was one of the few books that survived the cut when I moved my office to smaller quarters. The second edition expands and improves on the original in so many ways. It is not only a good, clear read, but contains a remarkable quantity of clear, concise thinking on a very complex subject. It’s a must for anyone interested in the subject of database design.” –Malcolm C. Rubel, Performance Dynamics Associates “Mike’s excellent guide to relational database design deserves a second edition. His book is an essential tool for fledgling Microsoft Access and other desktop database developers, as well as for client/server pros. I recommend it highly to all my readers.” –Roger Jennings, author of Special Edition Using Access 2002 “There are no silver bullets! Database technology has advanced dramatically, the newest crop of database servers perform operations faster than anyone could have imagined six years ago, but none of these technological advances will help fix a bad database design, or capture data that you forgot to include! Database Design for Mere Mortals™, Second Edition, helps you design your database right in the first place!” –Matt Nunn, Product Manager, SQL Server, Microsoft Corporation “When my brother started his professional career as a developer, I gave him Mike’s book to help him understand database concepts and make real-world application of database technology. When I need a refresher on the finer points of database design, this is the book I pick up. I do not think that there is a better testimony to the value of a book than that it gets used. For this reason I have wholeheartedly recommended to my peers and students that they utilize this book in their day-to-day development tasks.” –Chris Kunicki, Senior Consultant, OfficeZealot.com “Mike has always had an incredible knack for taking the most complex topics, breaking them down, and explaining them so that anyone can ‘get it.’ He has honed and polished his first very, very good edition and made it even better. If you're just starting out building database applications, this book is a must-read cover to cover. Expert designers will find Mike’s approach fresh and enlightening and a source of great material for training others.” –John Viescas, President, Viescas Consulting, Inc., author of Running Microsoft Access 2000 and coauthor of SQL Queries for Mere Mortals “Whether you need to learn about relational database design in general, design a relational database, understand relational database terminology, or learn best practices for implementing a relational database, Database Design for Mere Mortals™, Second Edition, is an indispensable book that you’ll refer to often. With his many years of real-world experience designing relational databases, Michael shows you how to analyze and improve existing databases, implement keys, define table relationships and business rules, and create data views, resulting in data integrity, uniform access to data, and reduced data-entry errors.” –Paul Cornell, Site Editor, MSDN Office Developer Center Sound database design can save hours of development time and ensure functionality and reliability. Database Design for Mere Mortals™, Second Edition, is a straightforward, platform-independent tutorial on the basic principles of relational database design. It provides a commonsense design methodology for developing databases that work. Database design expert Michael J. Hernandez has expanded his best-selling first edition, maintaining its hands-on approach and accessibility while updating its coverage and including even more examples and illustrations. This edition features a CD-ROM that includes diagrams of sample databases, as well as design guidelines, documentation forms, and examples of the database design process. This book will give you the knowledge and tools you need to create efficient and effective relational databases.

Beginning Database Design

Author: Gavin Powell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0764574906

Category: Computers

Page: 467

View: 1979

From the #1 source for computing information, trusted by more than six million readers worldwide.

Evaluierung der SQL/XML:2006-Standardkonformität von ausgewählten Datenbanksystemen

Author: Michael Wagner

Publisher: diplom.de

ISBN: 383664598X

Category: Computers

Page: 85

View: 6531

Inhaltsangabe:Einleitung: Da die Nutzung des Internets zum Zweck des E-Commerce im B2B- aber auch im B2C-Bereich stetig ansteigt, ist im Zuge dessen auch die Bedeutung des elektronischen Datenaustauschs enorm gewachsen. Es werden Informationen ausgetauscht, die auf Inhalten aus Datenbanken basieren. Die eXtensible Markup Language (XML) ist ein Dokumentenformat, das aufgrund seines flexiblen und selbstbeschreibenden Charakters die Grundlage für den Datenaustausch über das Internet bildet. Neben dem Einsatz von XML zum Austausch relationaler Daten eignet sich XML auch zur Präsentation von relationalen Daten im Web. Historisch bedingt sind große Datenbestände in relationalen Datenbanken gespeichert und eine große Anzahl an Anwendungen greift auf diese Daten zu. Diese Tatsache erfordert im zunehmenden Ausmaß Techniken, die XML und SQL miteinander verbinden. XML hat sich in kurzer Zeit als Dokumentenformat für den Datenaustausch über das World Wide Web (WWW) entwickelt und ist ein wichtiges Dokumentenformat im Web-Kontext. Dennoch wird laut auch in Zukunft der SQL-basierte Datenbankzugriff bestehen und dominierend bleiben. Der Autor nennt folgende drei Argumente, die diese Aussage untermauern: SQL ist eine weit verbreitete, etablierte, mächtige, herstellerunabhängige, normierte Datenbanksprache, . SQL wird von den Datenbankmanagementsystemen zahlreicher Hersteller unterstützt. Entsprechende Systeme werden [ ] stetig weiterentwickelt und kontinuierlich bezüglich Performance und Funktionalität verbessert . Die heutige Datenbanklandschaft wird deutlich von (objekt-)relationalen Datenbanksystemen dominiert . In Folge dessen haben sich führende Datenbankhersteller wie Oracle und IBM früh dazu entschlossen, ihre Datenbanksysteme (DBS) um XML-Funktionalitäten zu erweitern. Da die Integration dieser Funktionalität ohne Abstimmung zwischen den Herstellern stattgefunden hat, existieren mehrere unterschiedliche Implementierungen zwischen den Systemen. Das SQL-Normierungsgremium hat daher ebenfalls auf die rasante Verbreitung von XML reagiert und den SQL-Standard um den Part 14 SQL/XML erweitert. Laut war die Veröffentlichung der Schlussentwürfe (Final Draft International Standard FDIS) für den SQL:2008-Standard im ersten Quartal 2008 vorgesehen. Die Realität zeigte aber, dass der Standard tatsächlich erst Mitte Juli 2008 veröffentlicht wurde. Diese Arbeit basiert auf dem Schlussentwurf ISO/IEC-14:2006. Dieser Teil 14 des Standards wurde noch im Jahr [...]

Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 Database Implementation Training Kit

Author: Microsoft Corporation

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781572318267

Category: Computers

Page: 593

View: 7563

Candidates for the MCP exams can learn all they need to know about Microsoft SQL Server with the help of this training kit. This title is also targeted at SQL Server implementers, system engineers, and developers who are responsible for planning and deploying Microsoft SQL Server and writing Transact-SQL code.