Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Database Administrator's Guidebook

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Prentice Hall PTR, 2002 - Computers - 446 pages

Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Database Administrators Guidebook is a start-to-finish guide to every technical and business skill DBAs need to maximize SQL Server performance, security, and scalability. Coverage includes planning, design, installation, optimization, automation, clustering, technical writing, data modeling, and more. Also included: practical help for DBAs migrating from Oracle or Sybase - plus expert guidance for managers who hire DBAs. The CD-ROM includes an extensive library of support documents and scripts.

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Installing the Operating System
Monitoring the Operating System
THREE Installing and Upgrading SQL ServerApplying

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About the author (2002)

CARL H. SPESHOCK is a Senior SQL Server DBA Consultant in Houston, Texas. He has more than six years' experience administering SQL Server and working with database technologies for leading firms throughout the electronic engineering, petrochemical, manufacturing, and aerospace industries, including Intel, Shell Oil/Chemical, Texaco, Allied Signal, Union Carbide, Duke Energy, and Compaq. His company, DBA Consulting, Inc., specializes in providing database administration consulting and training services to companies and universities.

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