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Improve your ability to develop, manage, and troubleshoot SQL Server solutions by learning how different components work "under the hood," and how they communicate with each other. The detailed knowledge helps in implementing and maintaining high-throughput databases critical to your business and its customers. You'll learn how to identify the root cause of each problem and understand how different design and implementation decisions affect performance of your systems.
New in this second edition is coverage of SQL Server 2016 Internals, including In-Memory OLTP, columnstore enhancements, Operational Analytics support, Query Store, JSON, temporal tables, stretch databases, security features, and other improvements in the new SQL Server version. The knowledge also can be applied to Microsoft Azure SQL Databases that share the same code with SQL Server 2016.
Pro SQL Server Internals is a book for developers and database administrators, and it covers multiple SQL Server versions starting with SQL Server 2005 and going all the way up to the recently released SQL Server 2016. The book provides a solid road map for understanding the depth and power of the SQL Server database server and teaches how to get the most from the platform and keep your databases running at the level needed to support your business. The book:
. Provides detailed knowledge of new SQL Server 2016 features and enhancements
. Includes revamped coverage of columnstore indexes and In-Memory OLTP
. Covers 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 log
What You Will Learn
Design and develop database solutions with SQL Server.
Troubleshoot design, concurrency, and performance issues.
Choose the right database objects and technologies for the job.
Reduce costs and improve availability and manageability.
Design disaster recovery and high-availability strategies.
Improve performance of OLTP and data warehouse systems through in-memory OLTP and Columnstore indexes.
Who This Book Is 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.
This second edition of Pro SQL Server Internals provides the detailed knowledge that database professionals need in order to advance and be successful in their careers. Readers gain deep understanding that frees them from checklist-based approaches and allows fluid and creative approaches to configuring databases to meet business needs, and to maintaining those systems over the long haul. Database administrators are able to act from a depth of knowledge and respond and adapt quickly to changing business needs. Developers are able to engineer highly-performing systems with appropriate hooks for troubleshooting and diagnosis of abnormal events. Readers are able to go beyond the manuals and create database applications able to handle the intense query workloads that characterize an age of Big Data, Cloud Computing, and the Internet.
Dmitri Korotkevitch is Microsoft SQL Server MVP and Microsoft Certified Master. He brings years of experience working with SQL Server as an Application and Database Developer, Database Administrator, and Database Architect. He specializes in design, development, and performance tuning of OLTP Systems working under heavy load. Dmitri regularly speaks at various Microsoft and SQL PASS events, and he provides SQL Server training to clients around the world.
Part 1: Tables and Indexes 1. Data Storage Internals 2. Tables and Indexes 3. Statistics 4. Special Indexing and Storage Features 5. SQL Server 2016 Enhancements 6. Index Fragmentation 7. Designing and Tuning the Indexes Part 2: Other Things That Matter 8. Constraints 9. Triggers 10. Views 11. Functions 12. XML and JSON 13. Temporary Tables and TempDB 14. CLR 15. CLR Types 16. Data Partitioning Part 3: Locking, Blocking, and Concurrency 17. Lock Types and Transaction Isolation Levels 18. Troubleshooting Blocking Issues 19. Deadlocks 20. Lock Escalations 21. Optimistic Isolation Levels 22. Application Locks 23. Schema Locks 24. Designing Transaction Strategies Part 4: Query Life Cycle 25. Query Optimization and Execution 26. Plan Caching Part 5: Practical Troubleshooting 27. System Troubleshooting 28. Extended events 29. Query Store Part 6: Inside the Transaction Log 30. Transaction Log Internals 31. Backup and Restore 32. High Availability Technologies Part 7: In-Memory OLTP Engine 33. Column-Based Storage and Batch Mode Execution 34. Columnstore Indexes Part 8: In-Memory OLTP Engine 35. In-Memory OLTP Internals 36. Transaction Processing in In-Memory OLTP 37. In-Memory OLTP Programmability