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Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server
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Mejores Practicas Implementar PRO SQL Server

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In this presentation we review the best SQL Server practices for implementing PRO Suite.

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Eduardo Castro
Microsoft SQL Server MVP

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  • 1. BestPracticesonDeployingPROS<br />withMicrosoftSQLServer<br />MaximizevalueandoperationalefficiencyofPROSpricemanagementsoftware<br />Dr. Eduardo Castro, MSc<br />ecastro@simsasys.com<br />http://ecastrom.blogspot.com<br />http://comunidadwindows.org<br />http://tiny.cc/comwindows<br />Facebook: ecastrom<br />Twitter: edocastro<br />
  • 2. Agenda<br />BriefoverviewofthePROSPricingSolutionSuite<br />andMicrosoft®SQLServer®2008R2<br />SomebestpracticesforthePROSPricingSolutionSuite<br />onSQLServer<br />Summaryandlinksforfurtherinformation<br />
  • 3. PROSPricingSolutionSuite<br />High-performancescalablearchitecture<br />Hundredsofmanyearsofdevelopmentandscienceeffortarecontained<br />inonecommonsetofcode<br />Arobustplatformthatsupportshigh-performance<br />scalabilityandthatishighlyconfigurable<br />5<br />
  • 4. ScientificAnalyticsProvidesVisibility<br />Findandcorrectlow-performingcustomers<br />Gainvisibilityintopriceandmarginleakage<br />Pinpointrootcauseofperformanceand<br />targetimprovement<br />Identify“priceoutliers”withinsegment,target<br />pricingimprovementstovalueproposition<br />Catchchangesinpricingandprofittrendswith<br />alerts<br />Evaluateactionswith“what-if”scenarios<br />Providebenchmarksforpricingimprovement<br />Customers<br />Markets<br />and<br />segments<br />Targeted<br />actions<br />
  • 5. DealOptimizerandPricingOptimizer<br />Control<br />complex<br />prices<br />Manage<br />price<br />changes<br />Control<br />quotes<br />and<br />deals<br />Centralizecontrolandadministrationofprices<br />Establishpriceguidance<br />Improveplanningandmanagementofpricechanges<br />Approvepricechangesthroughworkflow<br />Communicatepricechangestothefield<br />MakepricesavailableforuseinquotesandERP<br />Analyzeprofitabilityofquotesbeforesendingto<br />customers<br />Feedbacktosalesondealmarginsusingallprices<br />andcosts<br />Ensurepriceguidanceandmargintargetsaremet<br />Managedealapprovalprocess<br />Pricing<br />Optimizer<br />Deal<br />Optimizer<br />
  • 6. ExampleScenario<br />Salesportalwithintegratedpricingdata<br />Microsoft®Office<br />Microsoft®Excel®<br />Microsoft®Word<br />Microsoft®Outlook®<br />Microsoft®InfoPath®<br />•<br />•<br />•<br />•<br />Microsoft®SharePoint®<br />Server<br />Businessprocessesandforms<br />(WF)<br />Portals<br />Collaboration<br />BusinessDataCatalog(BDC)<br />•<br />•<br />•<br />•<br />MicrosoftDynamics®CRM<br />MicrosoftSQLServer<br />AnalysisServices(SSAS)and<br />IntegrationServices(SSIS)<br />ReportingServices(SSRS)<br />•<br />•<br />Microsoft®Office<br />CommunicationsServer<br />andOfficeCommunicator<br />Microsoft®<br />PerformancePoint®Server<br />
  • 7. WhatDoesMicrosoftOffer?<br />Microsoft®.NETsupportonservercore<br />InternetInformationServices(IIS)7.0,<br />Microsoft®ASP.NET,andPHP<br />BettertogetherwithWindows®7<br />Providescloudplatformforscalableapps<br />Automatedservicemanagement<br />Familiarprogrammingmodel,tools<br />Enterprise-classdataplatform<br />Deliversascalablebusinessintelligence<br />(BI)platform<br />Bringsrelationaldatabasemanagement<br />system(RDBMS)tothecloud<br />Extendsline-of-businessapplications<br />Richtools,platformservices<br />Flexibledeployment<br />
  • 8. SQLServerEnterpriseBenefits<br />Unplanned<br />downtime<br />Reducedowntime<br />thatresultsfrom<br />unexpectedevents<br />Business<br />intelligence<br />Deliverbusinessinsight<br />bytransformingdata<br />intoactionable<br />Disasterrecovery<br />Reduceimpactand<br />quicklyrecoverfrom<br />disasters<br />knowledge<br />EnterpriseEdition<br />Reporting<br />Provideinformation<br />tothepeoplewho<br />needittomake<br />gooddecisions<br />Planneddowntime<br />Reducedowntimefor<br />regularlyscheduled<br />maintenance<br />Server<br />consolidation<br />Reducehardware<br />andsoftwarecostsby<br />combiningservers<br />
  • 9. Agenda<br />BriefoverviewofthePROSPricingSolutionSuiteand<br />SQLServer2008R2<br />SomebestpracticesforthePROSPricingSolution<br />SuiteonSQLServer<br />Summaryandlinksforfurtherinformation<br />
  • 10. SelectWhichFeatures<br />toInstall<br />Thechoicesshownarethe<br />minimumfeaturesforaPROS<br />PricingSolutionSuitedatabase<br />installation<br />
  • 11. UseaLow-PrivilegeWindowsAccountfor<br />DatabaseandSQLServerAgentServices<br />ItisbesttouseadomainaccountinsteadofaSQLServer<br />accountoralocalaccount<br />ConfiguretheserviceaccountinSQL<br />Server2008SetupattheServer<br />Configurationstep<br />Youcanchangetheserviceaccountlater<br />byusingConfigurationManagerif<br />necessary<br />
  • 12. GrantPermissiontothe<br />SQLServerService<br />AccounttoAllowFast<br />FileInitializations<br />WithSQLServerEnterprise,you<br />caninitializedatafilesinstantly<br />GrantthePerformvolume<br />maintenancetaskspermission<br />tousefastfileinitialization<br />
  • 13. SetCollationtoWindowsCollationwhen<br />YouConfigureSQLServer2008<br />PROSPricingSolutionSuiteis<br />designedtouseWindowsCollation<br />withSQLServer2008<br />Collationletsthedatabaseengine<br />accountforvarioussorting,<br />comparisonoftextacrosslanguages,<br />andcasesensitivity<br />Setthecollationattheinstancelevel<br />toensurethatitaffectsalldatabases<br />thatareusedbyPROSsoftware<br />SetthecollationatthetimeSQL<br />Serverisinstalled<br />
  • 14. ChoosetheSecurityMode<br />Configuretheserverauthenticationduringsetup<br />–UseMixedModeauthentication<br />–IftheSQLServerinstance<br />isalreadyinstalled,<br />modifythemodefrom<br />SQLServerManagement<br />Studio<br />WhenchoosingMixedMode,youare<br />requiredtoprovideastrongpassword<br />forthebuilt-insystemadministrator<br />(sa)account.<br />
  • 15. ConfiguretheDatabaseEngineService<br />toAutomaticallyStart<br />Decidewhichservicestoautomaticallystartduringserver<br />configuration:<br />ConfigureSQLServer<br />Agentwithastartup<br />typeofManualfor<br />productiondatabase<br />servers<br />Configurethe<br />WindowsServer®<br />failoverclusterservice<br />withastartuptypeof<br />Manual<br />Configureastand-<br />alonedatabase<br />instancewithastartup<br />typeofAutomatic<br />Afterinstallation,youcanchangeservicestartup<br />typesinSQLServerConfigurationManager<br />
  • 16. UseBestPractices<br />toSizeandPlace<br />tempdb<br />Movetempdbtoahigh-<br />performance,fault-tolerant<br />diskvolume(RAID1orRAID<br />10volumeonfastdisks,or<br />solid-statedrive)during<br />installationorbyusingthe<br />ALTERDATABASEstatement<br />Sizetempdbappropriately<br />Presizetoasufficientlylargesize<br />Ensurethatallthefilesintempdbare<br />identicalinsizebecauseSQLServer<br />2008usesaproportional-fillalgorithm<br />IncreasetheFILEGROWTHsettingto<br />50MB<br />Consideraddingmultipledatafilesto<br />thetempdbfilegroup<br />
  • 17. Configurethe<br />MemoryforSQL<br />Server<br />IfyourPROSPricingSolutionSuite<br />database(data+indexes)isoris<br />expectedtobemuchlargerthanthe<br />totalRAMonthedatabaseserver,PROS<br />recommendsconfiguringtheminimum<br />andmaximumservermemoryoptionsin<br />SQLServer<br />Physical<br />RAM<br />8GB<br />16GB<br />24GB<br />32GB<br />48GB<br />64GB<br />96GB<br />128GB<br />MinSQLServermemory<br />4,096MB<br />8,192MB<br />12,288MB<br />16,384MB<br />32,768MB<br />49,152MB<br />73,728MB<br />104,448MB<br />MaxSQLServermemory<br />5,120MB(5GB)<br />12,288MB(12GB)<br />18,432MB(18GB)<br />25,600MB(25GB)<br />39,936MB(39GB)<br />56,320MB(55GB)<br />88,0640MB(86GB)<br />120,832MB(118GB)<br />
  • 18. UseData<br />Compression<br />(SQLServer<br />EnterpriseOnly)<br />Datacompressionprovidesspace<br />savingsondisk<br />Becausedatacompressionreduces<br />theamountofdiskI/O,ittendsto<br />improveperformance<br />Datapagesarealsocompressedin<br />thebufferpool,increasingthe<br />effectiveamountofapplication<br />datathatcanbeaccessedfromthe<br />datacacheratherthandisk<br />
  • 19. Plan,Document,<br />andTestthe<br />Backupand<br />RecoveryStrategy<br />forthePROS<br />Database<br />Themostimportantongoingmaintenance<br />taskforabusiness-criticaldatabasesuchas<br />PROSPricingSolutionSuiteismanaging<br />backups<br />IfyouuseFullrecovery,backupmultiple<br />timesperday<br />IfyouuseSimplerecovery,backupatleast<br />onceaday<br />Storebackupsoffsitewheneverpossible<br />Includeregularbackupsaspartofyour<br />overallstrategy<br />IfyouareusingSQLServer2008Enterprise,<br />usebackupcompression<br />o.<br />
  • 20. MonitorIndex<br />Fragmentation,and<br />DefragmentWhen<br />Necessary<br />Fragmentationcanreducethespeedof<br />dataaccessandresultinslower<br />applicationperformance<br />Totellwhichindexeshave<br />fragmentationproblems,use<br />sys.dm_db_physical_stats()<br />Trackfragmentationwith<br />avg_fragmentation_in_percent,and<br />chooseacourseofaction<br />Notes:<br />–Reorganizinganindexdoesnotblock<br />useraccesstotheindex<br />–Rebuildingorre-creatingtheindexdoes<br />preventuseraccesstotheindex<br />oToavoidblocking,useALTERINDEX<br />REBUILDwiththeONLINE=ONoption<br />oOnlineindexrebuildrequiresSQLServer<br />2008Enterprise<br />Fragmentation<br /><5%<br />5%-30%<br />>30%<br />Recommendedaction<br />Donothing<br />Reorganizewith<br />ALTERINDEXREORGANIZE<br />Rebuildwith<br />ALTERINDEXREBUILDWITH<br />(ONLINE=ON)<br />or<br />CREATEINDEXwithDROP_EXISTING=ON<br />
  • 21. CheckDatabaseIntegrityRegularly<br />UseDBCCCHECKDB<br />Itisbesttoincludedatabaseintegritychecksinascheduled<br />job<br />Ifproblemsaredetected,restorefromthebackup,orusea<br />repairoptiononDBCCCHECKDB<br />
  • 22. UsethePROS<br />Auto-Generated<br />IndexedViews<br />PROSautomaticallycreatesthe<br />indexedviewstooptimizequeriesof<br />lookups<br />Indexedviewsareautomatically<br />createdbasedonpricingdimension<br />levels<br />
  • 23. SettheMaximum<br />Degreeof<br />Parallelism<br />(MDOP)to1<br />Thisvalueidentifiesthenumber<br />ofthreadsusedtoexecutea<br />parallelplan<br />Changingthissettingreduces<br />blocking,deadlocks,andlocks<br />PROSsoftwareparallelizeswork<br />intheapplicationtier<br />
  • 24. PROSScientificAnalytics<br />performanceisoptimizedusing<br />AnalysisServices<br />AnalysisServiceswilloptimizePROS<br />performancebasedonuserqueries<br />UseAnalysis<br />ServicesUsage-<br />BasedOptimization<br />
  • 25. ConsiderCube<br />Partitioningwith<br />MoreThan20<br />MillionRecords<br />CubepartitioningallowsAnalysis<br />Servicestoleveragemultiplecores<br />–Improvescubeprocessingtime<br />–Improvesquerytime<br />Microsoftgenerallyrecommendsthat<br />partitionsdonothavemorethan20<br />millionrecords<br />Increasethemaximumnumberof<br />databaseconnectionswhenthenumber<br />ofpartitionsisabove10<br />–Formoreinformation,seesection<br />6.10oftheAnalysisServices<br />PerformanceTuningGuide<br />
  • 26. IncreaseAnalysis<br />ServicesThread<br />Parameters<br />Consideranincreaseof<br />Threadpool/Query/MaxThreadstoless<br />thanorequalto2timesthenumberof<br />cores<br />–Increasesthenumberofqueriesthatcan<br />beservicesconcurrently<br />Consideranincreaseof<br />Threadpool/Process/MaxThreadstoless<br />thanorequalto10timesthenumberof<br />cores<br />–Increasesthenumberofthreadsusedby<br />thestorageengineduringqueryand<br />processingoperations<br />
  • 27. LimittheNumber<br />ofColumnsin<br />Reportstoa<br />SpecificWorkflow<br />EaseofPROSconfigurationcan<br />resultinmeasureexplosionon<br />reports<br />Limitthenumberofinitial<br />measuresondefault<br />configuration<br />Usersarestillabletoaddand<br />rearrangemeasuresandsaveas<br />aFavorite<br />
  • 28. PROSInstallerallowsfor<br />specificationofmultiplewebtier<br />andapplicationtierprocesses<br />PROSthreadingarchitectureand<br />dramaticimprovementsincaching<br />technologypromptuseoffewer<br />processeswithincreasedthread<br />limits<br />FavorSingleWeb<br />TierandApplication<br />TierPROS<br />Processesper<br />Server<br />
  • 29. Consider<br />BackgroundDeal<br />Evaluationand<br />ScheduledPrice<br />Evaluation<br />Largedealscanautomaticallybe<br />senttothebackgroundfor<br />evaluationtofreeupthe<br />browserforotherPROSusage.<br />Anemailissentwhen<br />evaluationiscomplete.<br />Masspriceevaluationscanbe<br />triggeredadhocorputona<br />schedulethroughtheuser<br />interface.<br />
  • 30. Performance Tools<br />System Performance Monitor (Perfmon)<br />SQL Profiler Trace<br />Dynamic Management Views/Functions<br />DBCC commands<br />SQLDiag (Shipped with SQL 2005/2008)<br />SQLIO, SQLIOSim<br />KernRate<br />Debugging tools (Windbg, DebugDiag,…)<br />More…<br />
  • 31. Performance Tools Cont. - What’s new in SQL Server 2008<br />Data Collector & Management Data Warehouse (MDW)<br />Extended Events<br />Activity Monitor<br />New DMVs/DMFs<br />
  • 32. MDW Architecture<br />MDW Host<br />MDW<br />Client Workstation<br />Target Server<br />Snapshot Data<br />Management Studio<br />dcexec.exe<br />MDW Reports<br />SSIS Pkgs<br />Cache Files<br />Collection Set Metadata<br />SQL Agent<br />Job Metadata<br />msdb<br />
  • 33. Management Data Warehouse<br />Time line<br />Navigation control<br />Resource usage<br />
  • 34. New and Improved DMVs<br />Memory allocation tracking<br />sys.dm_os_memory_brokers<br />sys.dm_os_memory_nodes<br />Reqource Governor<br />sys.dm_resource_governor_configuration<br />sys.dm_resource_governor_resource_pools<br />sys.dm_resource_governor_workload_groups<br />Query performance (hash value for query and plan)<br />sys.dm_exec_query_stats<br />Sys.dm_exec_requests<br />sys.dm_exec_procedure_stats<br />sys.dm_exec_trigger_stats<br />More…<br />
  • 35. Bottleneck Analysis<br />Bottleneck – A point or component of a process where throughput is the slowest.<br />Understanding where time is spent<br />Elapsed Time = Running + Waiting<br />Key is the waiting - what type of wait(s)?<br />
  • 36. Disk I/O Bottleneck Analysis<br />Monitor and identify I/O bottleneck<br />Resource Monitor & Performance Monitor<br />MDW<br />DMV & Extended Events<br />What is driving high I/O load?<br />Inefficient query plan<br />Too much data to read/write<br />Slow I/O subsystem<br />
  • 37. Resource Monitor<br />File level I/O throughput and disk response time<br />
  • 38. Agenda<br />BriefoverviewofthePROSPricingSolutionSuiteand<br />SQLServer2008<br />SomebestpracticesforthePROSPricingSolutionSuite<br />onSQLServer<br />Summaryandlinksforfurtherinformation<br />
  • 39. Summary<br />SQLServer2008R2<br />isreadyformission-<br />critical,enterprise<br />deploymentsof<br />PROSPricing<br />SolutionSuite<br />Usingthebest<br />practicesdescribedin<br />thispresentationhelps<br />avoidandminimize<br />performanceproblems<br />Thestrategicalliance<br />betweenPROSand<br />Microsoftdelivers<br />measurablebenefits<br />
  • 40. LinksforFurtherInformation<br />Readthe“MicrosoftSQLServer2008R2Partner<br />SolutionCaseStudy”<br />SQLServer2008informationcanbefoundinBooksOnline<br /><br />SQL Server 2008 Books Online:<br />http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=765433F7-0983-<br />4D7A-B628-0A98145BCB97&displaylang=en<br />SQL Server 2008R2 Product Documentation (TechNet):<br />http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb418439(SQL.10).aspx<br />SQL Server“Denali” Product Documentation (TechNet):<br />http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb418432(SQL.10).aspx<br />–<br />–<br />–<br />SeetheSQL Server Best Practices(http://technet.microsoft.com/en-<br />us/sqlserver/bb671430.aspx)portalfortechnicalwhitepapers,theSQLServerBest<br />PracticesToolbox,Top10Lists,andotherresources<br />TheSQL Server Analysis Services Performance Guide<br />(http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=3be0488d-e7aa-<br />4078-a050-ae39912d2e43&DisplayLang=en)providesthedetailsbehindthebest<br />practicesmentioned<br /><br /><br />
  • 41. QuestionsandAnswers<br />SubmittextquestionsbyusingtheAskbutton<br />Don’tforgettofilloutthesurvey<br />Forupcomingandpreviouslylivewebcasts,visit<br />www.microsoft.com/webcast<br />Gotwebcastcontentideas?Contactusat<br />http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=41781<br />
  • 42. BestPracticesonDeployingPROS<br />withMicrosoftSQLServer<br />MaximizevalueandoperationalefficiencyofPROSpricemanagementsoftware<br />Dr. Eduardo Castro, MSc<br />ecastro@simsasys.com<br />http://ecastrom.blogspot.com<br />http://comunidadwindows.org<br />http://tiny.cc/comwindows<br />Facebook: ecastrom<br />Twitter: edocastro<br />

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