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Migrating to SQL Server 2005? You could read one of the many gigantic books out there -- and far be it from us to stop you. But what if you’re short on time? Maybe you just want to know what’s new, or what it’ll take to integrate it into existing infrastructure? For that, you want Eric Brown’s Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Distilled.
Brown, once a member of Microsoft’s SQL Server product team, knows the product inside out. He brings exceptional coherence to this book by organizing it around product architecture and real-world customer scenarios. You’ll quickly get your arms around SQL Server’s improvements in data access, availability, scalability, and security. Brown clarifies the implications of SQL Server 2005’s built-in .NET CLR and illuminates Microsoft’s new tools for everything from administration to analytics. There’s no faster way to capture the essence of “Yukon.” Bill Camarda, from the April 2006 Read Only