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    • What’s Interesting in SQL Server Denali
      Ryan Chen
      Senior Practice Consultant
      EMC Consulting
      ryan.chen@emc.com
    • Relational Engine Enhancements
    • T-SQL Enhancements
      Easier paging
      No performance advantage compared with CTE, just simpler.
      Error handling
      New CATCH statement
      Sequence
      Performance is not cleared for this new object.
      EXEC…WITH RESULT SETS
      It is just one step closer to meta-data administration.
      If there is only meaning of field changed, no lucky here.
    • Contained Database
      New database option – Containment
      Partially contained database
      Logins: Database users with password or mapped directly to Windows principal
      System collation: Temp tables use database’s collation
      sys.dm_db_uncontained_entities can display potential containment breaches
    • File Table
      Build on top of SQL Server FILESTREAM technology
      Support Windows file namespace
      Compatible with Windows application to files stored in SQL Server
    • AlwaysOn Availability Groups
      AlwaysOn Availability Groups is a new feature that enhances and combines database mirroring and log shipping capabilities
      Flexible
      Efficient
      Integrated
      Multi-database failover
      Multiple secondaries
      Total of 4 secondaries
      2 synchronous secondaries
      1 automatic failover pair
      Synchronous and asynchronous data movement
      Built in compression and encryption
      Automatic and manual failover
      Flexible failover policy
      Automatic Page Repair
      Application failover using virtual name
      Configuration Wizard
      Dashboard
      System Center Integration
      Rich diagnostic infrastructure
      File-stream replication
      Replication publisher failover
      Active Secondary
      Readable Secondary
      Backup from Secondary
      Automation using power-shell
    • Integration Service Enhancements
    • Integration Service and More
    • Designer Improvements
      Design surface changes
      Improved annotation (CTP3)
      Undo / Redo
      Getting started window
      Toolbox and variable button
      New icon
      Connection Manager connectivity (CTP3)
      Express task (CTP3)
      Variable scope change (CTP3)
      Move variable button (CTP3)
      Copy and paste
      Zoom control
      Auto save and recovery
    • Script Improvements
      Support VSTA3.0 (Visual Studio 2010 Shell)
      .Net 4.0 support
      Visual C# and Visual Basic
    • Data Flow Improvements
      Flexible order of authoring (FOoA)
      Edit components while they are disconnected, or in error status
      Smarter mapping of meta-data
      Auto-mapping column of name
      Improved column mapper
      Data flow grouping
      Simplified data viewer
      Source and destination assistant
      Package format changes
      DQS cleansing transform (CTP3)
    • Analysis Service Enhancements
    • Analysis Services Architecture
      SharePoint
      BI Development Studio
      Project Juneau
      Excel Services
      Internet Explorer
      Reporting Services
      xlsx
      PowerPivot for Excel
      Analysis Services
      BI Semantic Model
      PowerPivot for SharePoint
      (Analysis Services)
      Excel
      xlsx
      Third Party Apps
      Personal BI Team BI Organizational BI
    • Third-party
      applications
      Reporting
      Services
      SharePoint
      Insights
      Excel
      PowerPivot
      BI Semantic Model
      Multi-
      dimensional
      Data model
      Tabular
      Business logic
      and queries
      MDX
      DAX
      Direct
      Query
      Data access
      ROLAP
      VertiPaq
      MOLAP
      Databases
      LOB Applications
      Files
      OData Feeds
      Cloud Services
      BI Semantic Model: Architecture
    • Reporting Service Enhancements
    • Recap: What do we have in 2008 R2?
      We see lot of new in corporate BI
      • Shared DataSets
      • Report parts, Report part gallery
      • New Visualizations: Map, gauge, sparkline, databar, KPI
      • Ajax Report viewer
      • Tons of Customer DCRs
      But Microsoft also cut:
      • Adhoc reporting
      • Alerting
    • Highly Visual Design Experience
      • Interactive, web-based authoring and sharing of information
      • Familiar Microsoft Office design patterns
      • Powerful data layout with banding, callout and small multiples visualizations
      Rich metadata-driven interactivity
      Project “Crescent”
      • Fully integrated with PowerPivot
      • Drive greater insight through smart and powerful querying
      • Zero configuration highlighting and filtering
      • Animated trending and comparisons
      Presentation-ready at all times
      • Interactive Presentation turns pervasive information into persuasive information
      • Deliver and collaborate through SharePoint
      • Full screen presentation mode for interactive boardroom session
    • Self-service Alerting
    • Office Open XML Rendering Extensions
      Support for new file formats introduced in Office 2007
      Word rendering to *.docx format
      Excel rendering to *.xlsx format
      Feature parity with existing Word and Excel renderers
      ZIP-compressed files
      Larger worksheets in Excel
      65k -> 1M rows
      256 -> 16k columns
      More colors in Excel
      56-color palette -> 24-bit color (16M colors)
    • For more
      My bloghttp://drillchina.wordpress.com
      SQL Server Denali Official Pagehttp://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/en/us/product-info/future-editions.aspx
      Our UG event