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Posted January 21, 2013
Good Food for the DBA. If you¿re an experienced database admin
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If you’re an experienced database administrator, wanting to bone up on what makes SQL Server 2012 tick, this book is for you. Though the title makes it clear the coverage is only SQL Server 2012, the authors cover concepts on SQL Server generally, showing how it has changed through the versions, and where it is headed. The SQLOS, for example, introduced in 2005, has SQL Server taking over some Windows operating system functions critical for performance, while leaving others. You get the history, trend, and 2012 version specifics of each key component of the massive SQL Server architecture. This book is what you need to really understand current technology in SQL Server administration and troubleshooting.