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Misconceptions, Advices and Realities with SQL Server. Vinod Kumar M Technology Evangelist – DB & BI | Microsoft http://blogs.sqlxml.org/vinodkumar www.ExtremeExperts.com T: @ vinodk_sql. Note !!!!. Worst Practices !!!. Assumptions are your first Evil

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Misconceptions advices and realities with sql server

Misconceptions, Advices and Realitieswith SQL Server

Vinod Kumar M

Technology Evangelist – DB & BI | Microsoft

http://blogs.sqlxml.org/vinodkumar

www.ExtremeExperts.com

T: @vinodk_sql


Misconceptions advices and realities with sql server

Note !!!!


Worst practices

Worst Practices !!!

  • Assumptions are your first Evil

    • On backups, coding, design – everything

  • No referential Integrity

  • No indexes & Duplicate Indexes

  • Throwing hardware at the problem

  • Maintenance and Service Packs

  • Security is critical – Data at rest and transit

  • Do it yourself !!!


Tips tricks and realities

DEMO

Tips, Tricks and Realities !!!

Vinod Kumar M

Don’t forget - @vinodk_sql


Summary

Summary !!!

  • Internals are fun if you go deep

  • Bridge theory to practical implementation

  • Be real and understand

    • Don’t be superficial

  • Fail but learn everyday

  • Lots to explore

  • Don’t Assume !!!


References

References

  • Paul Randal blog

    http://www.sqlskills.com/BLOGS/paul

  • Kalen with Inside SQL Server

    http://www.insidesqlserver.com/

  • SQL Server 2008 Internals

    http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-SQL-Server-2008-Internals/dp/0735626243/


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