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Upgrading to SQL Server 2005 Management Tools

Gert E.R. Drapers Software Architect SQL Server Development Microsoft Corp. (gertd@microsoft.com)

Global Community for SQL Server Professionals

Goals for SQL Server 2005

Address the key customer challenges Invest in a new platform


Managed code investment Integration Everywhere!
SQL Server, Analysis Server, DTS, Reporting Server, SQL Server Mobile Edition, XQuery, Notifcation Services,

From mobile to 100,000s of objects


Make admins more productive and leveraged
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Tools The Experiences

Configuration Management Authoring Performance Tuning and Optimisation Operations Management Developer

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Configuration

SQL Server Configuration Manager


Support for all servers
SQL Server Analysis Services Reporting Services

Computer Manager Extension Replaces Client Network Utility, Server Network Utility, SQL Service Manager

SQL Server Surface Area Configuration


Enables/Disables features Standalone Tool
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SQL Server Management Studio + SQL Server SAC


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Management SQL Server Management Studio


Key Elements
Object Explorer Query Editor Dialogs Summary View Activity Monitor Help

Database Maintenance
Maintenance Workflow via SSIS Generates T-SQL
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Authoring All languages supported


T-SQL (2000 and SQL Server 2005 support) SQL Server Mobile Edition MDX/DMX/XML for Analysis

Dynamic Help integration Solutions/Projects Templates Source Control integration Query Builder

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SQL Server Profiler

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Performance Tuning/Optimization Profiler


Support for OLAP and DTS New role for rights to run profiler Showplan as XML Extraction Deadlock visualisation Perfmon Correlation

Database Tuning Advisor


New tuning options (Time, Cross Database) Partition recommendations

Replay
Support for OLAP Multi-process/thread improvements

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SQLCMD, SQL Agent, Database Mail

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Operations Agent

Performance and scalability enhancements Support for OLAP and SSIS subsystems WMI-based job alerts New proxy account system

SQLCMD

Replaces osql, isql, much faster Custom extensions to T-SQL Support for Admin Connection, XML SMTP, cluster support No Outlook, MAPI requirement

Database Mail

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SQL Server Management Objects

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Summary

Many new concepts and tools Operations is a new focus Make simple things easy and hard things possible Allow DBAs to be more highly and appropriately leveraged for organizational benefit

No Secrets!
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This presentation is for informational purposes only. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary.

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Thank you!
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