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Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
Develop your database with Visual Studio
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Develop your database with Visual Studio

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A short presentation on what is the future of database development with Microsoft and Visual Studio. This presentations was first presented on the Bulgaria InTouch 2014 Conference.

A short presentation on what is the future of database development with Microsoft and Visual Studio. This presentations was first presented on the Bulgaria InTouch 2014 Conference.

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  • Talk about tooling
  • Talk about tooling
  • Talk about tooling
  • CONNECTEDPROJECT BASED + DACFx
  • http://blogs.msdn.com/b/jerrynixon/archive/2012/02/26/sql-express-v-localdb-v-sql-compact-edition.aspx
  • Object and Server explorerLocalDBSchema and Data comparison
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    • 1. Sofia Event Center 14-15 May 2014 Ivan Donev Solution Designer | HP Develop your database with Visual Studio
    • 2. Ivan Donev • www.mssqlinsider.c om • Twitter: ikdonev • Linkedin: ivan.donev
    • 3. The world before
    • 4. The world before SSMS BIDS SQLCMD Powershell Notepad  Excel SQL Express
    • 5. SQL Server tooling today Manageability •SSMS •SAMP Development • VS • SSDT Business Intelligence • SSDT-BI • PowerBI
    • 6. SQL Server Data Tools • Visual Studio based development • Single tool to support developer’s needs • No need for SSMS (almost ) • Free availability via Web Platform Installer • SQL Server Object Explorer • Build and debug with LocalDB • No more server-based installations of SQL Server • Support for SQL Server 2014 added
    • 7. Development framework Visual Studio + DACFx Connected Development SQL Server Object Explorer T-SQL Editing and Debugging Table Designer View/Edit Data Errors and Validation Source Code Control F5 with LocalDB Multi-Targeting Go To Definition/Find All References Refactoring and Intellisense Data Comparison MSBuild Schema Comparison Project Publish Script Generation Packaging and Deployment SqlPackage.exe Extensibility Project Based Development Schema Deployment
    • 8. Multi-mode table editor • GUI window • T-SQL window • Property window
    • 9. Platform Targeting • Target multiple platforms • SQL Server versions • SQL Azure • Project build provides errors/warnings • Specific to target • No need to create and execute scripts to find issues
    • 10. SQL Server LocalDB • Created specifically for developers • Uses the same sqlservr.exe process • Lighter SQL Express • Richer functionality than Compact • No installation and management overhead
    • 11. Schema and data comparison • Key Scenarios • Selective comparison and update of reference/seed data • Preparation of development or testing environments • Support for all data types • SQL Server 2005, 2008/R2, 2012, 2014, Azure DB • Data generation not planned
    • 12. CLICK TIME
    • 13. • SSDT – Business Intelligence • Still out-of-the-box • Be careful with SSIS What about Business Intelligence
    • 14. Integration with Windows Azure Tools SDK • New Windows Azure Node in Server Explorer • Link Server Explorer node to Windows Azure subscriptions • Browse/navigate Windows Azure assets • Launch points for key development/management tasks
    • 15. SSDT/Visual Studio SKU supportVisual Studio 2010 Visual Studio 2012 Visual Studio 2013 Future Visual Studio FREE Standalone, Add-In MSDN Download SQL Server Data Tools for VS 2010 Standalone, Add-In MSDN Download SQL Server Data Tools for VS 2012 Standalone Visual Studio Express SKUs Visual Studio Express for Windows Visual Studio Express for Web Windows Azure SDK for VS 2013 Standalone Visual Studio Express SKUs Visual Studio Express for Windows Visual Studio Express for Web Windows Azure SDK for VS PAY None Visual Studio Pro+ Visual Studio Pro+ Visual Studio Pro+ Updates Integrated In-shell notification & delivery Integrated In-shell notification & delivery
    • 16. Summary • In-the-box Database Development • Improved Cloud integration • SSDT-BI is still an additional product • SQL Server 2014 support (soon ) • Hekaton and PolyBase support • All your development in a single tool
    • 17. Questions??? Share your feedback for this particular session and for the overall conference experience at http://aka.ms/intouch for a chance to win our prizes!
    • 18. Resources • SQL Server 2014 Developer training kit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=41704 • Microsoft SQL Server Data tools http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/data/tools.aspx • VS and SSDT versions http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ssdt/archive/2014/01/31/ssdt-and-visual-studio- versions.aspx • SQL Server Express vs. Compact vs. LocalDB http://blogs.msdn.com/b/jerrynixon/archive/2012/02/26/sql-express-v- localdb-v-sql-compact-edition.aspx

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