BeschreibungSQL Azure represents Microsoft's cloud-based delivery of its enterprise-caliber, SQL Server database management system (formerly under the code name "Oslo"). Pro SQL Azure introduces you to this new platform, showing you how to program and administer it in a variety of cloud computing scenarios. You'll learn to program SQL Azure from Silverlight, ASP.NET, WinForms, and from SQL Reporting Services. You'll also understand how to manage the platform by planning for scalability, troubleshooting performance issues, and implementing strong security.
- Shows how to use SQL Azure from Silverlight, ASP.NET, and more
- Covers management, scalability, and troubleshooting
- Addresses the all-important issue of securing your data
- Getting Started with SQL Azure
- Design Considerations
- Data Migration and Backup Strategies
- Programming with SQL Azure
- Reporting Services with SQL Azure
- SQL Azure Data Sync Services
- Windows Azure and ASP.NET
- Designing for High Performance
- Performance Tuning
- Other Azure Data Services
- Device Connectivity
PortraitScott Klein is a Microsoft SQL Server "Most Valuable Professional" and independent consultant specializing in SQL Server performance and business intelligence. Scott is the author of several books, including Professional SQL Server 2005 XML, Professional LINQ, and Pro ADO.NET 4.0 Entity Framework. He was a contributing author to Pro SQL Server 2008 Relational Database Design and Implementation, as well as to the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Bible. Scott has written many articles for the SQL Server Standard magazine. He holds the MCDBA, MCSD, and MCSE certifications. He is heavily involved in the south Florida community, running two SQL Server user groups and the South Florida SQL Saturday events. Scott also speaks frequently at user groups across south Florida. Scott has nearly 20 years working with SQL Server and consulting in small to enterprise-size environments.
Untertitel: 'Expert's Voice in . NET'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SPRINGER A PR TRADE
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2010
Seitenanzahl: 292 Seiten