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Required Slide. SESSION CODE : DAT310. Microsoft SQL Server Management: Developing Managed Data-Tier Applications. Charlie Carson Senior Development Lead Microsoft Corporation.
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SESSION CODE: DAT310
Senior Development Lead
A DAC is to a database as a blueprint is to a house
Find problems early:
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Invalid object name 'employeee'.
Allow for planning:
Source of truth:
There are (at least) two types of change:
A model helps with Maintenance:
A model helps Upgrades be:
The DAC is a contract between the two personas involved with application lifecycle
Vast majority of apps are small, not mission critical
Developers innovate around the central IT
Focus of DAC v1
Number of Apps
Target Selection Policy
Target Selection Policy can be reasoned over too
A clever DBA, with 20 production servers to choose from, can write a PowerShell script to find the servers which a given dacpac can be deployed to successfully.
Big Picture / Vision
Visual Studio 2010 / SQL Server 2008 R2
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