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1 © 2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY.

2 © 2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY. SQL Server 2005 Overview Lucas Wensing

3 SQL Server Roadmap History of Innovation SQL Server 7.0 SQL Server 2005 SQL Server 2000 Lowest TCO Lowest TCO Automatic Tuning Automatic Tuning Performance & Scalability Performance & Scalability Integrated Business Intelligence Integrated Business Intelligence Database Mirroring, & VLDB Multi-language Programmability & Extensibility Native XML support First to integrate Reporting, Enterprise ETL & Deep Data Mining Windows 2000 Availability First integrated XML First integrated Data Mining Engine First integrated Notification Scalable Analysis SQL Server 64-bit SQL Server CE Re-architecture of relational server Extensive auto resource management First to integrate OLAP & ETL Deeper Windows integration Cross-release objectives SQL Server 6.0/6.5 Differentiation from Sybase SQL Server Replication Re- architecture First to integrate Replication Windows integration 1 st Generation2 nd Generation3 rd Generation

4 The SQL Server Stack Notification Services Notifications & Alerts Data Transformation Services ETL SQL Server Engine Relational Database Engine Reporting Services Enterprise Reporting Management Tools Development Tools Replication Services Data Replication Analysis Services OLAP & Data Mining

5 Scalability, availability, security advancements Database mirroring, online operations for increased availability Scales as the business grows: partitioning, snapshots Secure by default, by design, by deployment Share data across any platform Native support for XML, Web Services Interoperability with any platform, application Industry standards: HTTP, SOAP, WSDL, XQuery, XSD Focus on manageability Integrated management toolset for relational and OLAP New management programming model Expanded self tuning

6 Leverage existing development skills Use familiar tools/processes (VS, SourceSafe, etc) Multiple languages: T-SQL, VB.NET, C#… One development framework for relational, XML, OLAP Provide end-to-end development tools Integrated tools: SQL Server “Studio” Simplified and consistent source control environment Integrated in-line debugging Extensibility Native XML data type, user defined data types Enhanced data access with ADO.NET v2 New distributed application framework: SQL Server Broker

7 Scalable, comprehensive solution Extensive data modeling capabilities New data mining algorithms for advanced analytics Integrated with Visual Studio for rapid BI development Real-time decision making tools New extensible reporting platform Scalable and reliable for 24*7 support Integration with operational systems Extend information to employees, partners Supports heterogeneous data sources Enterprise-class ETL (DTS) Native XML Web Services

8 .NET Framework Common Language Runtime Integration User-defined Aggregates User-defined Data Types User-defined Functions SQL Server.NET Data Provider Extended Triggers Data Types Managed SQL Types New XML Datatype Varchar (MAX) Varbinary (MAX) SQL Server Engine New Message Service Broker HTTP Support (Native HTTP) Database Tuning Advisor Multiple Active Result Sets Persisted Computed Columns Snapshot Isolation Level Scale Up Partitioning VIA support NUMA support Database Failure and Redundancy Fail-over Clustering (up to 8 node) Enhanced Multi-instance Support Database Mirroring Database Snapshots XML XQUERY Support XML Data Manipulation Language FOR XML Enhancements XML Schema (XSD) Support MSXML 6.0 (Native).Net XML Framework Full-text Search Indexing of XML Datatype Database Maintenance Backup and Restore Enhancements Checksum Integrity Checks Dedicated Administrator Connection Dynamic AWE Fast Recovery Highly-available Upgrade Online Index Operations Online Restore Parallel DBCC Parallel Index Operations Management Tools New Management Studio MDX Query Editor Version Control Support XML/A SQLCMD Command Line Tool Performance Tuning Profiler Enhancements Profiling Analysis Services Exportable Showplan Exportable Deadlock Traces MDAC SNAC Microsoft Installer base setup Support for Active Directory Deployment SQL Client.NET Data Provider Server Cursor Support Asynch Security All Permissions Grantable Fine Grain Administration Rights Separation of Users and Schema Data encryption primitives Replication Auto-tuning Replication Agents Oracle Publication Improved Blob Change Tracking Replication Monitor OLAP and Data Mining Analysis Management Objects Windows Integrated Backup and Restore Web Service/XML for Analysis DTS and DM Integration New Data Mining Algorithms Auto Packaging and Deployment Data Transformation Services New Architecture (DTR + DTP) Complex Control Flows Control Flow Debugging For Each Enumerations Property Mappings Full Data Flow Designer Full DTS Control Flow Designer Graphical Presentation of Pkg Execution Immediate Mode and Project Mode Package (Advanced) Deployment Tools Custom Tasks and Transformations Reporting Services Multiple Output Formats Parameters (Static, Dynamic, Hierarchical) Bulk Delivery of Personalized Content Support Multiple Data Sources STS (Web Parts, Doc Libraries) Visual Design Tool Charting, Sorting, Filtering, Drill-Through Scheduling, Caching Complete Scripting Engine Scale Out architecture Open XML Report Definition Notification Services & SQL Server CE

9 Big Bet Availability Features Huge number of new availability features Database Mirroring Database Snapshots Online database restore File & Page Dedicated Admin Connection Online Index Build and Reorganize Snapshot Isolation

10 Data Partitioning Partitioning breaks a single object into multiple manageable pieces Transparent to the application Allows easy management of very large tables and indexes The row is the unit of partitioning All partitions run on a single SQL Server database Partitions can be created or dropped with virtually no loss of availability to the table Table fully available while loading, indexing a new partition Create new and drop old partition quickly Fastest possible load rates If all indexes are “aligned”, moving partitions in or out of a table is possible “Sliding window” scenarios

11 Native SQL type Use for column, variable or parameter Can represent XML 1.0 documents XML 1.0 fragments (0 to n element nodes and text nodes at top) Can be constrained by XML Schema collection Methods on XML data type query(), value(), exist(), modify(), nodes() Storage of XML instances As LOB (2 GB) in efficient binary representation XML encoding transformed to UTF-16 Well-formed and validation checks XML Datatype

12 XML Schema Support XML Schema (World Wide Web Consortium [W3C] standard) Rich mechanism for type definitions and validation constraints Can be used to constrain XML documents Benefits of typed data Guarantees shape of data Allows storage and query optimizations XML type system Store XML schemas in system metadata Does not preserve annotations

13 XQuery: query XML documents and data Standards-based: W3C working draft In document 123, return section heading of section 3 and later SELECT id, xDoc.query(' for $s in = >= 3] return {data($s/heading)} return {data($s/heading)} ') FROM docs XML Query

14 XML Index Create primary XML index on XML column CREATE PRIMARY XML INDEX idx_1 ON docs (xDoc) Creates secondary XML indexes on values (VALUE), paths (PATH), properties (PROPERTY) CREATE XML INDEX idx_1_Tag ON docs (xDoc) USING XML INDEX idx_1 FOR PATH Speeds up queries Results can be served directly from index Entire query is optimized Same award winning cost based optimizer Indexes are used as available

15 Insert, update, & delete XQuery extensions XML sub-tree modification: Add or delete XML sub-trees Update values Add a new section after section 1: UPDATE docs SET xDoc.modify('insert Background after XML Data Modification

16 Client XML Data Access Native Access SQLOLEDB As DBTYPE_WSTR Large string As ISequentialStream SAX or DOM can be built from server character stream Down Level, ADO and ODBC: large string Managed Access & CLR (XML datatype) XML Type exposed as SqlXml (System.Data.SqlTypes) XmlReader can be obtained using sqlxml.CreateReader()

17 © 2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY. XML Integration

18 CLR Integration Hosting layer provides coordination of: Assembly Loading Memory management Security Model Reliability Threads & Fibers Deadlock detection Execution context Allows System Extension Scalar Functions Table Value Functions Data Types AggregatesProcedures Data Access Triggers SQL Engine Windows SQL OS CLR HostingLayer

19 .NET Integration Choice of where to run logic Database, for logic that runs close to data Mid-tier, for logic that scales out Symmetric programming model Choice of programming language T-SQL, for data-intensive stored procedures CLR languages, for a safe, modern execution environment and for extending the engine

20 .NET Integration Provides a programming environment for developing: FunctionsProceduresTriggers User Defined Types Aggregates In-Process Data Access provider (ADO.NET v2) Symmetric data access Mid-tier/data tier deployment decision Security Integration of SQL and CLR security Three levels of code access security Safe, External-Access (verifiable), Unsafe Tight integration with Visual Studio Authoring, debugging, profiling

21 Visual Studio Integration Visual Studio supports a new SQL Server 2005 Project system Easy to develop, debug and deploy.NET code for the database Integrated debugging experience across mid-tier and database tier Seamlessly step cross-language – TSQL and.NET Set breakpoints anywhere, inspect anything Customer benefit : Increased Productivity

22 © 2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY..NET Integration

23 SOA Features SQL Server 2005 implements Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Scale Out Services Service Broker – Service Based, decoupled, asynchronous, distributed environment Query Notifications – Develop responsive multi-tier data backed caches Web Services access to SQL Server (HTTP)

24 Service Broker Asynchronous, Distributed, Decoupled programming environment Fully integrated into the database engine Programming Model - DDL and DML Integrated Management and Deployment Dependent SQL Server 2005 features – Events, Query Notifications Customer Usage, benefits: Enables new scenarios - async SPs, Scalable distributed multi-db applications

25 Transaction Transaction Synchronous & Asynchronous Processing Client ClientApp Launched LaunchedStoredProc Persisted Persisted Dialog Dialog Stored proc runs on: - Different transaction - Different thread - Different security - Different time

26 © 2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY. Asynchronous Programming

27 Query Notifications Ability to subscribe to results of a SQL query Integrated change detection notifies client as soon as results of query changed Effectively off-loading query workload from the server to caching clients “Don’t call us – we call you!”

28 Service Broker Business Scenario – Web Caching Query Processor Response Request Query/ Subscription Result Notification IIS / ASP.Net SQL Server 2005 Dispatcher

29 © 2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY. Query Notifications

30 SQL Web Services Native SOAP access Standards based access to SQL Server No client dependency Improved Interoperability New “HTTP ENDPOINT” object Configure connection info Configure authentication Expose Functions & SPs Expose TSQL Batches Leverages kernel-mode listener HTTP.SYSHTTP.SYS Port: 80 Integrated Auth WebMethod = myDb.dbo.mySP HTTP Endpoint

31 © 2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY. HTTP Endpoints SQL Server Management

32 SQL Server 2005 an Integrated Data Platform Summary SQL Server 2005 an Integrated Data Platform Extensions & Semi-Structured Data CLR & XML Scale out services Service Broker, Web Services, Query Notifications End to end development Tight integration with Visual Studio 2005 and much more…

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