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Spenik and Sledge, both computer professionals, offer advice on how to get around in and ultimately to manage the SQL Server environment. They cover such topics as how to: install SQL Server 2000; configure and tune SQL Server 2000; manage database users and security; automate common database administration tasks; import and export data with DTS, BCP, and Bulk Insert; replicate the database for multiple remote users; and implement a variety of tips and tricks that will make using SQL Server 2000 easier and more efficient. The enclosed CD-ROM includes code listings, web resources, and products such as Knosys ProClarity 3.0 OLAP Evaluation software. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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"Microsoft SQL Server 2000 DBA Survival Guide" is organized into several parts that comprise the various jobs and tasks the DBA performs. Each chapter is presented with the goal of providing knowledge and "know-how" to Database Administrators of a SQL Server database. The chapters also offer real-world insight and experience by passing on tips, tricks, and suggestions based on what the authors have learned the hard way. The book also takes time to provide checklists and examples for various SQL Server DBA tasks. The book also provides insight into the tasks that make-up a DBA's job including discussions of topics such as the creation of naming standards and conventions which are essential for efficient administration.About the Author:
Mark Spenik is the vice president of Enterprise Technologies at Trilogy Consulting located in Richmond, VA. Mark, a graduate of George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., entered the computer industry in 1985. He has designed and coded large-scale applications and has consulted with numerous firms in application development, implementation, and migration. He has a broad programming background including assembly language, C, C++, HTML, Active Server Pages, and Visual Basic. Mark is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) and charter member, and is frequently invited to speak at various developer conferences and seminars. Mark has also co-authored or contributed to several books on Microsoft SQL Server or Visual Basic. Mark can be reached via the Internet mspenik@trilogyva.
Orryn Sledge is a Practice Director with Fulltilt Solutions in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He specializes in managing and developing large-scale eBusiness solutions. His background includes the Microsoft Internet platform, Oracle, and other popular eBusiness products. He has been actively involved with SQL Server consulting since 1992 and is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD). Orryn is also a frequent speaker at various Microsoft conferences and presentations. He can be reached at osledge@fulltilt.
Kevin Viers is the Manager of the Enterprise Technologies group at Trilogy Consulting and a graduate of James Madison University. He has over five years of consulting experience specializing in designing, developing, and implementing enterprise solutions. Kevin cut his programming teeth on PowerBuilder and has since developed a broad development background including SAP, Active Server Pages, and Visual Basic. Kevin lives with his wife, Pam, and his boxer, Alli, in Richmond, Virginia. He can be reached via the Internet at kviers@kscsinc.
Laura Jones is a consultant in the Richmond metro area of Virginia. She is employed with Trilogy Consulting, which has been recently recognized as one of the top 500 fastest growing IT consulting firms in the United States. She is currently consulting full time as a SQL Server Database Administrator for a Fortune Five company.
Troy D. Rackley is a consultant with the Enterprise Technologies group of Trilogy Consulting. Troy is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) who always tries to stay one step ahead of the cutting edge. He currently specialized in n-tiered enterprise Web solutions for your local intranet. He was contributing author of the Web Database Developer's guide with Visual Basic 5. Troy lives with his wife Annette in Richmond, Virginia, he can be reached by email at trackley@erols.
Anne Yagerline is a senior engineer in client/server development at IKON Technology Services in McLean, Virginia. She develops Windows- and Web-based client/server applications for firms located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Anne is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD), with over three years experience with Microsoft SQL Server in particular. Anne can be reached via email at yagerlin@erols.
Michael Yocca is a SQL Server and ERwin consultant in the Pittsburgh area, specializing in quality database design. He is Microsoft certified with SQL 6.5 and is a regular contributor to the Pinnacle SQL Professional magazine.
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Book Description Sams, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX067232007X
Book Description Sams, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M067232007X