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  • Largest SQL Server event worldwide2000+ attendeesSeattle, WA – Nov 2-5Solid exec supportKeynotes by Bob Muglia, Ted Kummert, Tom Casey, and David DewittDrive SQL Server 2008 momentumCreate mindshare for SQL Server 2008 R2
  • The “hero” offering that we’ll really sell broadly is SQL Server 2008 R2. You’ll notice that the messaging pillars for R2 are aligned with the Trusted, Productive, Intelligent messaging pillars for SQL Server 2008.To provide a comprehensive view of the R2 release (especially for SA discussions) this slide focuses on the key technology investments for each of the pillars. Trusted, Scalable Platform, it’s important to re-emphasize the enterprise-level security, high availability and scale delivered in SQL 2008 for mission critical applications. What’s new to the R2 release is StreamInsight for Complex Event Processing, Master Data Services for data consistency across heterogeneous systems, SQL Server support for up to 256 Logical Processors – providing greater flexibility in hardware choice, and enhanced data compression including Unicode compression for greater storage efficiency.IT & Developer Efficiency, the release-defining scenarios for R2 are Virtualization and Multi-server Management to increase IT productivity and reduce data management costs. This is enabled by the new manageability enhancements delivered in Management Studio plus R2 support for Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Virtualization and Live Migration. With R2, we introduce a new concept to the market, a single unit of deployment which will significantly increase the efficiencies around data-tier application deployments and upgrades resulting in dramatically streamlined consolidation and management efforts. Managed Self Service BI – Self-service analytics is delivered with PowerPivot – which is about enabling users to get the data they need without IT having to do a 6-month project to create a new application. PowerPivot gives users the power and flexibility to take internal data, integrate it with other information – and within Excel do all the slicing and dicing you need to get to the view of information you really need for decision making. This is all done “in memory” through really high compression in RAM – which is very powerful. None of the other major BI vendors can do this. User can easily share their application with others by publishing it to SharePoint.Once published, there’s a PowerPivot Operations Dashboard in SharePoint that provides IT Pros with the ability to manage business intelligence through SharePoint like it was just another service they provide. This new dashboard allows IT Pros to look at which reports are being run, who’s running them, how often are they running them, is the server being over utilized, how can I move the app dynamically to another server…BI is basically another managed object for IT. The reports the users publish is the object and we enable IT to understand how it is being used and apply rules and policies to that.
  • Measured price increases on EE, SE SKUs- EE proc +15%, SE proc +25% to reduce EE/SE price spread + rebalance license mix
  • Baseline numbers are based on publically available per socket (core) pricing lists from Oracle and IBM. Pricing is quoted for per socket pricing Intel chipsets. Pricing as of November 1st, 2009. Actual reseller prices may vary.  Oracle pricing: http://www.oracle.com/corporate/pricing/pricelists.htmlOracle EE + Options includes published pricing for the following options: tuning pack, diagnostics pack, advanced security   IBM pricing: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/db2/9/editions_features_perf_ent.htmlIBM + options includes published pricing for the option: Performance optimization  Microsoft pricing: SQL Server 2008 - http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/pricing.aspxSQL Server 2008 R2 - http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/R2-editions.aspx   Pricing for SQL Server 2008 Enterprise and SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise is FPP, list price
  • Top Features 2008: * Data Compression * Res Governor * TDE * DB Enhancements * Scale-out BI
  • 2 messages to land:UlimitedVm is a take back -- SQL Server EE snaps to WS sku lineupStill have competitive offer than Oracle, we don’t require licensing of all the procs, we support VMware and Hyuper-VDivide two sections:Virtualizatoin supportOLTPBI
  • Largest SQL Server event worldwide2000+ attendeesSeattle, WA – Nov 2-5Solid exec supportKeynotes by Bob Muglia, Ted Kummert, Tom Casey, and David DewittDrive SQL Server 2008 momentumCreate mindshare for SQL Server 2008 R2
  • SQL Server R2 Sunumu

    1. 1. Mesut ALADAĞMicrosoft MVP<br />maladag@hayatnet.com<br />SQL Server 2008 R2<br /> www.cozumpark.com<br />
    2. 2. Gündem<br />Yönetimsel Tarafta Gelen Yenilikler<br /><ul><li> SQL Server 2008 R2 Sürümleri
    3. 3. SQL Server 2008 R2 Yeni Özellikler
    4. 4. Çoklu Sunucu Yönetimi
    5. 5. Data-Tire Uygulamalar
    6. 6. Yüksek Erişilebilirlik Özellikleri
    7. 7. Sanallaştırma Yenilikleri
    8. 8. Konsolidasyon ve İzleme Yenilikleri</li></ul>Yazılımsal Tarafta Gelen Yenilikler<br /><ul><li> Büyütülebilir Veri Ambarı Yapıları
    9. 9. Master Data Service Mimarisi
    10. 10. StreamInsight İle Kompleks Olay İşleme
    11. 11. Raporlama Servislerinde Yenilikler
    12. 12. PowerPivot İle Kendi Kendine Raporlama</li></li></ul><li>TRUSTED, SCALABLE PLATFORM<br />IT & DEVELOPER EFFICIENCY<br />MANAGED SELF-SERVICE BI<br />Enterprise-level security, scalability<br />High-scale, complex event processing<br />Data consistency across heterogeneous systems<br />Multi-server management<br />Virtualization & Live Migration <br />Accelerated development& deployment<br />Self-service analytics<br />Self-service reporting<br />Streamlined collaboration& management<br />COMPREHENSIVE PLATFORM FOR IT VALUE<br />MPP support for 10s-100s TB DW<br />Highly scalable appliances<br />Seamless BI Integration<br />Scalable relational database platform<br />Consistent, familiar model & toolsSelf-managed, highly available cloud service<br />
    13. 13. Uygulama ve Çoklu Sunucu Yönetimi<br />SQL Server Utility<br /><ul><li>Tek noktadan SQL Instance ve Veritabanı Uygulamalarının Yönetimi ve İzlenmesi
    14. 14. Utility Control Point (UCP) Arabirimnden Yönetim
    15. 15. Data-Tier Uygulama Yönetimi, Dosya ve Volume Yönetimi, </li></ul>Utility Control Point (UCP)<br /><ul><li>collects configuration and performance information
    16. 16. from managed instances of SQL Server every 15 minutes.
    17. 17. SQL Server Utility dashboard and viewpoints in SQL
    18. 18. Server Management Studio (SSMS) provide DBAs with a health summary of SQL Server
    19. 19. resources through policy evaluation and historical analysis</li></ul>Data-tier applications (DAC)<br /><ul><li>single unit of deployment
    20. 20. containing all of the database’s schema, dependant objects, and deployment requirements
    21. 21. used by an application
    22. 22. DAC can be deployed in one of two ways</li></ul> SQL Server data-tier application project in Visual Studio 2010 OR Extract Data-Tier Application Wizard in SSMS<br />Utility Explorer dashboards<br /><ul><li>The dashboards in the SQL Server Utility
    23. 23. Tremendous insight into resource utilization and health state for managed instances of
    24. 24. SQL Server and deployed data-tier applications across the enterprise</li></li></ul><li>Uygulama ve Çoklu Sunucu Yönetimi<br />Before, to assist them in monitoring resource utilization and health state. Most organizations purchased third-party tools<br />The new SQL Server Utilitydashboards also assist with consolidation efforts<br />Consolidation management : maximize their investments by consolidating SQL Server resources onto fewer system. Through their use of SQL Server Utility dashboards and viewpoints<br />Customization of utilization thresholds and policies: DBAs canspecify the CPU utilization policies, file space utilization policies, computer CPU utilizationpolicies, and storage volume utilization policies for all managed instances of SQL Server.<br />In addition, a data-tier developer is building a data-tier application with Visual Studio 2010; the newly created DAC packagewill be deployed to a managed instance of SQL Server through the Utility Control Point.<br />
    25. 25.
    26. 26.
    27. 27. Additional SQL Server 2008 R2 Enhancements for DBAs<br />Parallel Data Warehouse : Highly scalable appliancefor enterprise data warehousing. It consists of both software and hardware designed tomeet the needs of the largest data warehouses<br />Massively scale to hundreds of terabytes with the use of new technology, referred to as massively parallel processing (MPP),<br />It partitions large tables over several physical nodes, resulting in each node having its own CPU, memory,storage, and SQL Server instance.<br />Control node evenly distributes data to all compute nodes<br />Control node is also responsible for gathering data from all compute nodes when returning queries to applications. solution comes preassembled from certified hardware vendors<br />
    28. 28. Additional SQL Server 2008 R2 Enhancements for DBAs<br />Integration with Microsoft SQL Azure : Client tools included with SQL Server2008 R2 allow DBAs to connect to SQL Azure, a cloud-based service<br />Fully relational database solution in the cloud<br />The hosted database is built on SQL Server technologies and iscompletely managed. Therefore, organizations do not have to install, configure, or dealwith the day-to-day operations of managing a SQL Server infrastructure to support their database needs.<br />Provisioning process, support for Transact-SQL, and transparent failover<br />Generate And Publish Scripts Wizard support<br />
    29. 29. Additional SQL Server 2008 R2 Enhancements for DBAs<br />Installation of SQL Server with Sysprep : Advanced page of the Installation Center In the first step, a stand-alone instance of SQL Server is prepared. however, it stops the installation process after the binaries of SQL Server are installed. To initiate this step, select the Image Preparation Of A Stand-Alone Instance For Sys-<br />Prep Deployment option on the Advanced page of the Installation Center<br />The second step completes the configuration of a prepared instance of SQL Server by providingthe machine, network, and account-specific information for the SQL Server instance.Image Completion Of A Prepared Stand-Alone Instance step on the Advanced page of the Installation Center<br />
    30. 30. Additional SQL Server 2008 R2 Enhancements for DBAs<br />Analysis Services integration with SharePoint : new option to individually select which feature components to install.SQL Server PowerPivot for SharePoint is a new role-based installation option<br />In order to use this new installation feature option, SharePoint 2010 must be<br />installed but not configured prior to installing SQL Server 2008 R2<br />
    31. 31. New Editionsin R2<br />New Premium Editions!<br /><ul><li>Highest levels of scalability for large application workloads
    32. 32. Maximum virtualization and consolidation
    33. 33. Central management of an organization’s database infrastructure
    34. 34. Appliance-based DW offering
    35. 35. Scale out from 10s to 100s TB
    36. 36. Hardware choice at low cost
    37. 37. Integrated business intelligence</li></ul>(Formerly known as “Madison”)<br />
    38. 38. Additional SQL Server 2008 R2 Enhancements for DBAs<br />Unicode Compression : compression for Unicode data types the fixed-length nchar(n) and nvarchar(n) data types values stored off row or in nvarchar(max) columns are not compressed. Compression rates of up to 50percent in storage space can be achieved<br />Extended Protection : connecting to the Database Engine by using Extended Protection for Authentication. Authentication isachieved by using channel binding and service binding for operating systems that support Extended Protection.<br />
    39. 39. Advantages of Using Windows Server 2008 R2<br />Windows Server 2008 R2 & SQL Server 2008 R2 : impressive package<br />Best practice to leverage Windows Server 2008 R2 as the underlying operating<br />system when deploying SQL Server 2008 R2<br />Maximum scalability : 256 logical processors , 2 terabytes of memory in a single operating system instance<br />Hyper-V improvements : Live Migration(move SQL Server virtual machines (VMs) between Hyper-V hosts without service interruption) , <br />64 logical processors in the host processor pool, which allows for consolidation of a greater number of SQLServer VMs on a single Hyper-V host.<br />Dynamic Virtual Machine Storage, addition of virtual or physical disks to an existing VM withoutrequiring the VM to be restarted<br />
    40. 40. Advantages of Using Windows Server 2008 R2<br />Windows Server 2008 R2 Server Manager : Centrally manage and secure multiple server roles across SQL Server instances , new Best Practices Analyzer tool to report best practice violations.<br />Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) : Reduce best practice violations, <br />Windows PowerShell 2.0 : run Windows PowerShell commands against<br />remote computers and run commands as asynchronous background jobs<br />
    41. 41. SQL Server 2008 R2 Editions<br />■ Premium editions<br />Datacenter : the highest levels of security, reliability, and scalability, same features and functionality as the Enterprise edition . Differs by supporting up to 256 logical processors, more than 25 managed instances of SQLServer enrolled into a single Utility Control Point, unlimited virtualization, multi-instancedashboard views and drilldowns, policy-based resource utilization evaluation, high-scalecomplex event processing with Microsoft SQL Server StreamInsight, and the potential tosustain up to the maximum amount of memory the operating system will support.<br />Parallel Data Warehouse : Highly scalable appliance for enterprise data<br />Warehousing uses massively parallel processing (MPP) technology and hub-and-spoke architecture to support the largestdata warehouse and BI workloads, from tens or hundreds of terabytes to more than 1 petabyte, in a single solution.<br />Pre-built from leading hardware venders and include both the SQL Server software and appropriate licenses.<br />
    42. 42. SQL Server 2008 R2 Editions<br />■ Core editions <br />Enterprise : Up to 8 processors, enrollment of up to 25 managed instances of SQL Server into a single UtilityControl Point, PowerPivot for SharePoint, data compression support for UCS-2 Unicode,<br />Master Data Services, support for up to four virtual machines, and the potential tosustain up to 2 terabytes of RAM<br />Includes classic SQL Server 2008 features such as data and backup compression,Resource Governor, Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), advanced data miningalgorithms, mirrored backups, and Oracle publishing<br />Standard : best-in-class ease of use and manageability Backup compression,<br />which was an enterprise feature with SQL Server 2008 supports only up to four processors, up to 64 GB of RAM, one virtual machine, and two failover clustering nodes. <br />
    43. 43. SQL Server 2008 R2 Editions<br />Specialized Editions : <br />Developer : includes all of the features and functionality found in Datacenter<br />used for development, testing, and demonstration purposes only, upgrading it to SQL Server 2008 Enterprise without reinstallation<br />Web : Ideal platform for hosting Web sites and Web applications.. supports four processors and up to 64 GB of Memory <br />Workgroup: one step below the Web edition in price and functionalitybranch office solutions such as branch datastorage, branch reporting, and remote synchronization. maximum database size of 524 terabytes. supports only two processors and up to 4 GB of RAM. possible to upgrade Workgroup to Standard or Enterprise<br />Express : integrated with Visual Studio . Limited to one processor, 1 GB ofmemory, and a maximum database size of 10 GB.<br />Compact: velop mobile and small desktop applications . It is free to use . <br />
    44. 44. Multi-Server Administration<br />The SQL Server Utility : centrally monitor and manage database<br />applications and SQL Server instances, all from a single management interface.<br />The following entities can be viewed in the SQL Server Utility:<br />■ Instances of SQL Server<br />■ Data-tier applications<br />■ Database files<br />■ Volumes<br />
    45. 45. Data-Tier Applications<br />Data-Tier Application Life Cycle :<br />SQL Server data-tier application project in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. <br />Extract Data-Tier Application<br />Wizard in SQL Server Management <br />Studio. <br />Windows PowerShell commands.<br />
    46. 46. High Availability and Virtualization Enhancements<br />Hot add CPU and memory (dynamic hardware partitioning)<br />Failover clustering <br /> Cluster Validation Wizard<br /> Best Practices Analyzer tool<br />supports up to 16 nodes within a failover cluster . maximum of 23 instanceswithin a failover cluster due to the drive letter limitation<br /> multi-site failover cluster support by using stretched VLANs<br />Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V<br /> Clustered Shared Volumes (CSV)<br /> Live Migration<br /> Guest clustering<br />Dynamic virtual machine (VM) storage<br />Second Level Address Translation (SLAT)<br /> Enhanced processor support and memory management<br /> Intel Virtualization Technology(VT) Extended Page Tables (EPT) and AMD-V Rapid Virtualization Indexing (RVI)<br />
    47. 47. Consolidation and Monitoring<br />Consolidating SQL Server Through Virtualization<br />SQL Server while running both 32-bitand 64-bit versions within a single host<br />Physical-to-virtual (P2V) migration tool included with System Center Virtual<br />Machine Manager 2008 R2.<br />
    48. 48. SQL Server Utility Dashboard<br />
    49. 49. Managed Instances Viewpoint<br />
    50. 50. Data-Tier Application Viewpoint<br />
    51. 51. Business Intelligence Development<br />Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Parallel Data Warehouse is an enterprise data warehouse<br />appliance based on technology originally created by DATAllegro andacquired by Microsoft in 2008<br />Changing it from a product that used the Linux operating systemand Ingres database technologies to a product based on SQL Server 2008 R2 and the Windows Server 2008 operating system<br />Data Warehouse Appliances : Includes all server, networking, and storage components required to host a data warehouse.includes cables, power distribution units, and racks<br />Processing Architecture : Parallel Data Warehouse is an MPP architecture that uses multiple databaseservers that operate together to process queries. Behind the scenes, each database server<br />runs one SQL Server instance with its own dedicated CPU, RAM, storage, and network<br />bandwidth.<br />Includes a controlling server to coordinate these parallel queriesand all other database activity across the multiple database servers<br />
    52. 52. The Multi-Rack System<br />Control rackand one or more data racks<br />These nodes transfer data among themselvesusing an InfiniBand network that ships with the appliance.<br />
    53. 53.
    54. 54. Master Data Services<br />Microsoft’s acquisition of Stratature in 2007<br />Included with the Datacenter, Enterprise, and Developer editions<br />Master data refers to nontransactional reference data business entities—people, places, or things<br />Built on SQL Server and the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)<br />Align all business applications to this single authoritative source.<br />Master data hub as a System of Entry that can then update downstream systems<br />Separately from the SQL Server installation by using a wizard interface<br />The wizard installs Master Data Services Configuration Manager, installs the files necessary to run the<br />Master Data Services Web service, and registers assemblies<br />
    55. 55. Master Data Services Components<br />Master Data Services Configuration Manager<br /> Create the MDS database,<br /> Configure the system settings for all Web services and applications that you associate witthat database, and configure the Master Data Services Web application<br />Master Data Services Database<br />Master Data Manager : Web application that serves as a stewardship portal for businessusers and a management interface for administrators<br />The MDS API allows you to fully customize.<br />
    56. 56. Complex Event Processing with StreamInsight<br />Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter editions<br />You write your CEP applications using a .NET language, such as Visual Basic or C#, for rapidapplication development. In your applications, you embed declarative queries using LanguageIntegrated Query (LINQ) expressions to process the data for analysis<br />
    57. 57. Reporting Services Enhancements<br />New Data Sources : Microsoft SharePoint List, Microsoft SQL Azure, and Microsoft SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse, SQL Server PowerPivot for SharePoint<br />Expression Language Improvements : Lookup, MultiLookup, veLookupSet<br />Aggregation : =Avg(Sum(Fields!SalesAmount.Value,"EnglishMonthName"))<br />Page Numbering : ="Section Page " + CStr(Globals!PageNumber) + " of " + CStr(Globals!TotalPages) +" (Overall " + Cstr(Globals!OverallPageNumber) + " of " +<br />CStr(Globals!OverallTotalPages) +")“<br />Text Box Orientation<br />Data Bars <br />
    58. 58. Licensing for PowerPivot<br />PowerPivot for SharePoint<br />PowerPivot for Excel<br /><ul><li>PowerPivot for SharePoint will require a SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise license or higher (Server/CAL or per Processor) and SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise CAL.
    59. 59. PowerPivot for Excel will be available as a web download (Add-in) for Excel 2010 users.</li></ul>www.powerpivot.com <br />
    60. 60. Continued Value Leader<br />2008 to R2<br />price<br />adjustment<br />
    61. 61. What’s new in Enterprise<br />New Features in R2<br />Top Features in 2008<br /><ul><li>Application and Multi-Server Management for up to 25 instances
    62. 62. PowerPivot for SharePoint
    63. 63. Analysis Services In-memory BI
    64. 64. Master Data Services
    65. 65. Data Compression with Unicode UCS-2 support
    66. 66. Resource Governor
    67. 67. Data Compression
    68. 68. Transparent Data Encryption
    69. 69. Database Mirroring Enhancements
    70. 70. Scale-out BI</li></li></ul><li>R2 Feature Changes<br />What’s new, what’s different<br />
    71. 71. Resources<br />www.cozumpark.com<br />Makale, WebCast, Forum, Seminer<br />www.microsoft.com/teched<br />Sessions On-Demand & Community<br />http://microsoft.com/technet<br />Resources for IT Professionals<br />http://microsoft.com/msdn<br />Resources for Developers<br />www.microsoft.com/learning<br />Microsoft Certification and Training Resources<br />
    72. 72. Mesut ALADAĞMicrosoft MVP<br />maladag@hayatnet.com<br />Q & A<br /> www.cozumpark.com<br />