Item description for The SQL Server 2000 Book by Anthony Sequeira...
This book is ideal for the system or database administrator, IT manager, and IT professional working with SQL Server. It covers four main topic areas: technologies and architecture, planning and installing, administering and optimizing, and using SQL Server 2000. Some of the critical topics featured in the book include backing up and restoring databases, optimizing SQL Server, using replication, configuring XML and Internet support, and automating administrative tasks. The book features extensive diagrams, decision trees, and visual tools.
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More About Anthony Sequeira
Anthony Sequeira has been a professional speaker and writer in the IT industryfor the past seven years. He holds every major Microsoft certification, including MCT, MCSE+I, MCDBA, MCSE 2000, and MCSD. Anthony has written many books, including titles on Internet Information Server and Windows 2000 Server. He hasalso written for several important industry magazines and newsletters. Hecurrently speaks about Active Directory technologies for KnowledgeNet.com. When he is not speaking or writing about computer technologies, Anthony is flying his plane in the skies above Arizona. How did he learn to fly? Microsoft Flight Simulator, of course!
Reviews - What do customers think about The SQL Server 2000 Book?
Tremendous help Sep 26, 2004
SQL Server makes up one of the fundamental building blocks of database management. Surely whatever database server your company chooses is what you should learn. It just so happens my organization chose MS SQL 2000.
To make a long story relatively short, I was very new to SQL and knew very little about it. So as not to enter into the "panic-mode" I went to this site with hopes I could find a book on SQL 2000 with great recommendations. I think I found it in "The SQL Server 2000 Book.
At first glance, the SQL language seemed very intimidating and complex to me, but it's really not all that bad. Anthony Sequeira's book had a lot to do with making it less intimidating to me. Hey if it could help a thick-head like me, I'm sure it could help you too.
I would also recommend "MCSA/MCSE/MCDBA Self-Paced Training Kit: Microsoft SQL Server 2000 System Administration, 70-228, Second Edition" put out by Microsoft Press.
Both books have been a tremendous help.
Just the facts with no fluff Aug 9, 2003
This book is great if you need to start administering SQL Server 2000 right away. Simple, plain language and great examples and walk-throughs make this book the way to go. You also do not need to wade through hundreds of pages of "fluff" like you do with other SQL Server texts.