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  • 1. MANAGEABILITY ® With a built-in management console, Microsoft Using a single, consistent management interface reduces ® training requirements and makes it easier to manage data SQL Server 2008 R2 provides a policy-based system for managing one or more instances of SQL Server along services throughout the organization. with tools for performance monitoring, troubleshooting, Manage efficiently at scale with multi-instance and tuning that enable administrators to more efficiently management manage their databases and SQL Server instances. Use the Utility Control Point to manage SQL Server http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/manageability.aspx instances and data-tier applications across the enterprise. Dashboard viewpoints provide insight into utilization and policy violations to help identify consolidation opportunities, Top Features maximize investments, and maintain healthy systems. A new single unit of deployment, the data-tier application, speeds  Built-in management console enables end-to-end up deployments, moves, and upgrades across Microsoft SQL Server management. ® Visual Studio 2010 and the SQL Server 2008 platform.  Insights into multi-instance resource utilization with dashboard views and drilldown capabilities.  Accelerated deployments by using data-tier application packages.  Performance Data Collection for troubleshooting, tuning, and monitoring SQL Server 2008 R2 instances across the enterprise.  Definition of configuration policies for your enterprise by using Policy-Based Management.  Built-in framework facets and policies to manage surface area configuration and apply best practices. Multi-instance Management Dashboard View Benefit from end-to-end service monitoring Use the SQL Server Management Pack with Microsoft System Center Operations Manager to enable broader system administration that is scalable across yourMANAGE AT SCALE enterprise. Implement end-to-end service management ofSQL Server Management Studio delivers a portfolio of tools line-of-business (LOB) applications for greater visibility. Usethrough a single console, enabling centralized management rich reports and an easy-to-customize reporting environmentof all SQL Server instances and applications. to bring additional insight when you troubleshoot and plan.Simplify administration by using a single management AUTOMATE TASKSconsole SQL Server helps to significantly reduce the burden onUse SQL Server Management Studio to manage all database administrators, enabling them to focus on high-SQL Server instances and services including relational value activities and help ensure compliance.databases, Reporting Services, Analysis Services,Integration Services, and SQL Server Compact databases. Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 R2 Manageability
  • 2. Define company-wide policies Eliminate the need to manually ensure policy compliance by using Policy-Based Management to define configuration policies and apply them to servers, databases, tables, and other targets across the enterprise. Enforce these policies proactively, on a scheduled basis, immediately following changes, or explicitly in real time. Organize servers into groups and apply policies to the group to scale management of servers. Performance Data Collection View performance data with built-in reports such as server activity, disk usage, and query activity reports. Employ real-time diagnosis of performance Use SQL Server Profiler to capture server events for real- time diagnosis. Correlate traces with performance counters to analyze events and diagnose issues. Policy-Based Framework Ensure security and apply best practices Define policies that enable and disable server functionality and ensure a minimal attack surface. Use best practice policy notifications to check configuration and database settings and to warn about and prevent security loopholes. Automate administration and deployment Use the Windows PowerShell™ language to build robust administrative scripts and to manage across multiple SQL Server Profiler Microsoft products. Use the SQL Server provider to quickly navigate paths and locate objects on your servers. Use a set Monitor the health of server instances, diagnose problems, of SQL Server cmdlets to perform actions such as running and tune performance by using Dynamic Management scripts that contain T-SQL or XQuery statements. Views (DMV) and functions that relay server state information. Schedule tasks and workflows Streamline server tuning Use the distributed job scheduling and alert management capabilities of SQL Server Agent to schedule tasks at the Use Database Engine Tuning Advisor (DTA) to help select click of a button. Use either the Maintenance Plan Wizard or and create an optimal set of indexes, indexed views, and the design surface to create database maintenance plans to partitions without requiring an expert understanding of the help administrator teams to protect assets. structure of the database or the internal workings of SQL Server. Simply select the databases to tune and DTA IMPROVE TROUBLESHOOTING generates indexing and partitioning recommendations. Accelerate impact analysis and identify issues before they become problems. Gain insights into resource usage LEARN MORE: Use Performance Data Collector to view SQL Server http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/manageability.aspx diagnostics information from performance counters, dynamic management views, SQL Trace, and other sources for baseline and historical comparisons.This data sheet is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY.© 2010 Microsoft Corporation.