Item description for The Rational Guide to SQL Server 2005 Service Broker (Rational Guides) (Rational Guides) by Roger Wolter...
The Service Broker messaging feature of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 makes it easy to build a whole new class of reliable, asynchronous, and distributed database applications by offering unprecedented levels of reliability, performance, scalability, and fault tolerance.
In The Rational Guide To SQL Server 2005 Service Broker, Roger Wolter, Microsoft's Program Manager for SQL Server Service Broker, clearly explains the architecture, functionality, unique features, and powerful capabilities of the new SQL Server 2005 Service Broker technology. This book is a valuable resource for both database programmers who want to write Service Broker applications and database administrators who have to support these applications.
This book takes a rational, no-nonsense approach in a compact guide - only 224 pages. The book is written to give you the basics...fast!
Technical accuracy is assured by Dirk Myers, Documentation Manager, SQL Server User Education, Microsoft Corporation.
Includes FREE Bonus Materials:
Bonus Chapter: "Troubleshooting and Administration"
Sample code for the examples in the book
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 6" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2006
Publisher Rational Press
ISBN 1932577270 ISBN13 9781932577273 UPC 827188021159
Availability 0 units.
More About Roger Wolter
Roger Wolter is an architect on the Microsoft IT MDM (Master Data Management) project team. He has 30 years of experience in various aspects of the computer industry and has spent the past 10 years as a program manager at Microsoft. His projects at Microsoft include SQLXML, the Soap Toolkit, the SQL Server Service Broker, SQL Server Express, and Master Data Services.Dr.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Rational Guide to SQL Server 2005 Service Broker (Rational Guides) (Rational Guides)?
NO Fluff Jan 26, 2007
Good book so far, this is an area I wish to master in the next year. This is all meat & potatoes with no fluff really. Also nice to see an informative book not cost 50.00. For the money this is a great buy and will demonstrate many of the brokers areas and techniques. Seems if you are creative you can take the knowledge from this book and write some neat stuff. After this is completed I will read up in BOL on this area and then goto MSDN to see whats up there.
Written by the Program Manager for the Product Aug 9, 2006
Service Broker is part of Microsoft's continuing effort to expand into the enterprise software arena. It works in conjunction with SQL Server 2005 and provides for the asynchronous operation of the database and input/output. That is, you can input data intended for storage in the database and have Service Broker take that data immediately, freeing up the input screen while it proceeds to do the actual insertion.
The Rational Guide series of books are comprehensive, inexpensive and rather small. This book really has less than 200 pages of real live text. It can be read quickly and gives an excellent overview of the software as well as enough depth to be able to use it in real applications. It does presume that the reader have some experience with SQL Server and with the TSQL programming language.
The author of the book is the program manager for SQL Server Service Broker.