Real World SQL Server Administration with Perl

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Juli 2003



"SQL Server Administration with Perl" consists of a series of scenarios covering a wide range of SQL Server administrative topics. These are real-world scenarios that you hear DBAs discussing on the SQL Server forums and newsgroups-scenarios that DBAs run into in their day-to-day development or production environments. Readers will walk away from this book with two things: a DBA toolkit with well over 150 Perl scripts and problem-solving techniques they can apply to create even more tools for attacking other SQL Server administrative problems.


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Linchi Shea graduated with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and computer science and a master's degree in information systems from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Currently serving as a vice president of Merrill Lynch & Co., Shea is the SQL Server technical team lead and is active in many SQL Server communities via the SQL Server Worldwide User's Group (http://SSWUG.org). When not automating and solving DBA problems with Perl, Shea is an avid tennis player and a regular reader of newspaper bridge columns. Linchi Shea is a Microsoft MVP.


From the reviews:
"This is aimed at the DBA who is already running an efficient SQL server, but who wants to be forearmed against any future problems. ... The aim of the book is to provide a toolkit of around 150 Perl scripts that can then be adapted and applied to a wide variety of SQL server problems ... . There are also appendices that list useful resources ... . The book as a whole could be quite useful ... ." (Linux Magazine, March, 2004)
"The book demonstrates the capabilities of Perl by presenting individual scenarios, each designed to highlight a particular useful feature and how it might be applied to common SQL Server administration tasks. ... Overall, this is a well-rounded book providing a good balance of SQL Server administration task specific information, backed up with some useful Perl-specific text." (Adrian Hibbert, Computer Bulletin, March, 2004)
EAN: 9781590590973
ISBN: 159059097X
Untertitel: 'Real World'. Softcover Repri. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2003
Seitenanzahl: 832 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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