SQL Server 2008 R2 V1.0

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  • As we look a t the SQL Server 2008 product, we enable you to manage this data explosion with a trusted, productive and intelligent data platform. These three pillars provide a lens to view the vast set of capabilities available within SQL Server 2008. We provide a trusted platform by providing the highest levels of security, reliability and scalability for your mission critical applicationsWe provide a productive platform by reducing the cost of managing your data with enterprise wide policies, bring applications faster to market with integrated development environment of Visual Studio and .NET Framework, consistent programming experience from device to the data center and the ability to manage wide variety of information with extended support for Documents, XML and Spatial informationWe provide an intelligent data platform that delivers insights and information to all users within your organization with enterprise reporting and comprehensive analytics while delivering the information directly through Microsoft Office.TRANSITION: I am going use the next few slides to review some the business benefits that SQL Server 2008 can bring to your organization and to your data management challenges.
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 and Madison are two separate releases/editions that will be launched jointly.SQL Server 2008 R2 is the core database technologyProject Madison is the high scale data warehousing solution based on the acquisition of DATAllegoThe messaging for R2 is directly aligned with the 2008 messaging as this release builds on the value delivered in 2008 and enhances it with some new key areas.Enable Self Service BI Self Service BI with Gemini – this is about enabling users to get the data they need without IT having to do a 6-month project to create a new application. R2 makes it easy for users to bring external data into Excel, combine it with internal data, and then do all the analyses that they need using new and familiar Excel tools. This is all done “in memory” through really high compression in RAM – which is pretty powerful. None of the other major BI vendors can do this.Microsoft Sales data is a good example of an application where this type of capability is needed. A global sales repository of all of the transaction completed in a given period of time – through distributors, directly to customers, through resellers…if you want to run a report there is a series of pre-defined views that you can use. You can tweak them if you need to – but you’re very limited. If you want to pull in your personal data from your machine for a more complete view, it’s nearly impossible. Gemini gives you the power and flexibility to take all of the 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. Users can then share their reports or applications with others by publishing directly to SharePoint. Once published, the Gemini Operations Dashboard in SharePoint this 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.For traditional, richly designed reports that supports various output formats, we have Report Builder 3.0. Report Builder 2.0 introduced a new, Office-optimized interface to make it simpler for end users create or edit reports with little help from IT. The new Shared Component Library in RB3.0 delivers a “Grab & Go” reporting experience for users. This feature allows users to access and use pre-built report components (queries, tables, charts, maps, gauges, logos, etc.) as building blocks for creating new reports. Users will be able to create richly designed reports in minutes leveraging existing content. This feature gives a whole new meaning to ad hoc reporting and can reduce the burden on IT to constantly create different representations of the same information for different audiences. Instead, they can simply create all the critical reporting components to best represent business data and users can re-use and customize as needed to get the desired results. In addition reporting components, IT can also make reports available for use as data feeds for Gemini and other applications enabled with ATOM readers. The new mapping and geospatial visualization introduced with Report Builder 3.0 enables customers to get even more out of their data by producing new insights when business information is represented geographically on reports.Master Data Management is delivered through our Master Data Services solution. This will give us the ability to really manage the data about the data. Which is basically “how do I think about all of the data in my company? What is the one version of the truth? Is that view of the customer correct? Or is this view of the customer correct?” Think about if you’ve ever signed on with a Passport account and then you’ve created another identify on Microsoft.com…how do you join those things up and know that you have the most current and accurate information to verify that John Doe is really John Doe and what I know about him is the truth. Master Data Services is how you manage the data about the data in your organization while also managing the process.Improve IT & Developer EfficiencyThere has never been greater demand for IT to provide more value with existing budgets and resources. To achieve this, they need tools and capabilities that help them maximize efficiency across the application lifecycle with streamlined management, rapid development, and predictable deployment. SQL Server 2008 R2 builds on a long history of enabling DBA and developer productivity with new tools and capabilities to help IT administrators and developers make the best possible use of time and resources.SQL Server 2008 R2 provides new tools for managing large multi-database environments along with improved capabilities to help maximize the value of consolidation efforts, and ensure the streamlined development and deployment of data-driven applications. Investments in application and multi-server management will help organizations proactively manage database environments efficiently at scale through centralized management. This increases the visibility and control of distributed applications and instances and helps to streamline consolidation and upgrade initiatives across the application lifecycle.Increase visibility and control – Gain quick insights into SQL server instances and applications with tools like new wizards that help enable fast and easy multi-server management setup and reveal versioning information for more control over server sprawl—no professional services required.Optimize resources – Quickly identify consolidation opportunities with dashboard viewpoints, data and log file utilization rollups, and utilization trends through adjustable capacity policies—helping eliminate underutilized servers.Improve efficiencies – Accelerate deployments and upgrades through a new concept, a single unit of deployment, that packages database schema (database, tables, stored procedures, etc) with deployment requirements and can be extracted from existing applications or created in Microsoft Visual Studio®—helping reduce deployment trial and error.Trusted and Scalable PlatformLine-of-business applications (LOB) are the critical link between the IT department and the business. The ability to securely and reliably store, centralize, manage and distribute data out to users is key to these LOB applications. SQL Server 2008 provides businesses with a high performance database platform that’s reliable, scalable, and easy to manage. SQL Server 2008 R2 builds on the 2008 release and helps IT departments provide even more cost-effective scalability on today’s most advanced hardware platforms using familiar SQL Server administration tools. For R2, we’re adding something new called SQL Server StreamInsight, Microsoft’s new Complex Event Processing technology. If you look at the Enterprise today, you can have real time data coming in from any number of areas. For example, if you’re a manufacturer and you’re using RFID to track pallets real time – how do you get all of that data, like gigabytes per second, aggregate it and get it into the database to allows users to get real time insights from it? This is why we call it Complex Event Processing – it’s time based, large amounts of streaming data that needs to be made sense of and pushed out to users in a real time fashion. So we’ll be introducing this technology with R2. SQL Server 2008 R2 also helps you take advantage of the latest hardware technology advancements and enables high scalability building on top of industry-standard hardware for great total cost of ownership. Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008 R2 working in concert enable customers to scale up to 256 logical processors. We’re knocking down the scalability barriers – we can do high scale…we can do high scale up, we can do high scale out, and we’ll also do high scale data warehousing.In addition, Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 takes greater advantage of the processing power of new multi-core systems. This means support for more virtual systems per physical host, leading to potential cost reductions while increasing the scalability and flexibility of virtual infrastructure. New Hyper-V Live Migration allows organizations to move a virtual machine between two host servers without any interruption of service. All this helps organizations continue to get the best value out of their hardware and take better advantage of consolidation opportunities.Project MadisonScale your Data Warehouse to 100TB+Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 will offer customers scalability to meet the demands of growing data warehouses, with the ability to scale to over 10 TBs in the core release.With Fast Track Data Warehouse, customers can deploy SQL Server 2008 and also R2 on top of reference architecture that’s pre-configured and tuned to enable up to 32TBs of DW capability.Project code name “Madison”, to be released around the same time as SQL Server 2008 R2, is a highly scalable data warehouse appliance solution comprising of both software and hardware. Madison was developed conjunction with Dell, HP, and other leading hardware providers.
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 and Madison are two separate releases/editions that will be launched jointly.SQL Server 2008 R2 is the core database technologyProject Madison is the high scale data warehousing solution based on the acquisition of DATAllegoThe messaging for R2 is directly aligned with the 2008 messaging as this release builds on the value delivered in 2008 and enhances it with some new key areas.Enable Self Service BI Self Service BI with Gemini – this is about enabling users to get the data they need without IT having to do a 6-month project to create a new application. R2 makes it easy for users to bring external data into Excel, combine it with internal data, and then do all the analyses that they need using new and familiar Excel tools. This is all done “in memory” through really high compression in RAM – which is pretty powerful. None of the other major BI vendors can do this.Microsoft Sales data is a good example of an application where this type of capability is needed. A global sales repository of all of the transaction completed in a given period of time – through distributors, directly to customers, through resellers…if you want to run a report there is a series of pre-defined views that you can use. You can tweak them if you need to – but you’re very limited. If you want to pull in your personal data from your machine for a more complete view, it’s nearly impossible. Gemini gives you the power and flexibility to take all of the 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. Users can then share their reports or applications with others by publishing directly to SharePoint. Once published, the Gemini Operations Dashboard in SharePoint this 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.For traditional, richly designed reports that supports various output formats, we have Report Builder 3.0. Report Builder 2.0 introduced a new, Office-optimized interface to make it simpler for end users create or edit reports with little help from IT. The new Shared Component Library in RB3.0 delivers a “Grab & Go” reporting experience for users. This feature allows users to access and use pre-built report components (queries, tables, charts, maps, gauges, logos, etc.) as building blocks for creating new reports. Users will be able to create richly designed reports in minutes leveraging existing content. This feature gives a whole new meaning to ad hoc reporting and can reduce the burden on IT to constantly create different representations of the same information for different audiences. Instead, they can simply create all the critical reporting components to best represent business data and users can re-use and customize as needed to get the desired results. In addition reporting components, IT can also make reports available for use as data feeds for Gemini and other applications enabled with ATOM readers. The new mapping and geospatial visualization introduced with Report Builder 3.0 enables customers to get even more out of their data by producing new insights when business information is represented geographically on reports.Master Data Management is delivered through our Master Data Services solution. This will give us the ability to really manage the data about the data. Which is basically “how do I think about all of the data in my company? What is the one version of the truth? Is that view of the customer correct? Or is this view of the customer correct?” Think about if you’ve ever signed on with a Passport account and then you’ve created another identify on Microsoft.com…how do you join those things up and know that you have the most current and accurate information to verify that John Doe is really John Doe and what I know about him is the truth. Master Data Services is how you manage the data about the data in your organization while also managing the process.Improve IT & Developer EfficiencyThere has never been greater demand for IT to provide more value with existing budgets and resources. To achieve this, they need tools and capabilities that help them maximize efficiency across the application lifecycle with streamlined management, rapid development, and predictable deployment. SQL Server 2008 R2 builds on a long history of enabling DBA and developer productivity with new tools and capabilities to help IT administrators and developers make the best possible use of time and resources.SQL Server 2008 R2 provides new tools for managing large multi-database environments along with improved capabilities to help maximize the value of consolidation efforts, and ensure the streamlined development and deployment of data-driven applications. Investments in application and multi-server management will help organizations proactively manage database environments efficiently at scale through centralized management. This increases the visibility and control of distributed applications and instances and helps to streamline consolidation and upgrade initiatives across the application lifecycle.Increase visibility and control – Gain quick insights into SQL server instances and applications with tools like new wizards that help enable fast and easy multi-server management setup and reveal versioning information for more control over server sprawl—no professional services required.Optimize resources – Quickly identify consolidation opportunities with dashboard viewpoints, data and log file utilization rollups, and utilization trends through adjustable capacity policies—helping eliminate underutilized servers.Improve efficiencies – Accelerate deployments and upgrades through a new concept, a single unit of deployment, that packages database schema (database, tables, stored procedures, etc) with deployment requirements and can be extracted from existing applications or created in Microsoft Visual Studio®—helping reduce deployment trial and error.Trusted and Scalable PlatformLine-of-business applications (LOB) are the critical link between the IT department and the business. The ability to securely and reliably store, centralize, manage and distribute data out to users is key to these LOB applications. SQL Server 2008 provides businesses with a high performance database platform that’s reliable, scalable, and easy to manage. SQL Server 2008 R2 builds on the 2008 release and helps IT departments provide even more cost-effective scalability on today’s most advanced hardware platforms using familiar SQL Server administration tools. For R2, we’re adding something new called SQL Server StreamInsight, Microsoft’s new Complex Event Processing technology. If you look at the Enterprise today, you can have real time data coming in from any number of areas. For example, if you’re a manufacturer and you’re using RFID to track pallets real time – how do you get all of that data, like gigabytes per second, aggregate it and get it into the database to allows users to get real time insights from it? This is why we call it Complex Event Processing – it’s time based, large amounts of streaming data that needs to be made sense of and pushed out to users in a real time fashion. So we’ll be introducing this technology with R2. SQL Server 2008 R2 also helps you take advantage of the latest hardware technology advancements and enables high scalability building on top of industry-standard hardware for great total cost of ownership. Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008 R2 working in concert enable customers to scale up to 256 logical processors. We’re knocking down the scalability barriers – we can do high scale…we can do high scale up, we can do high scale out, and we’ll also do high scale data warehousing.In addition, Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 takes greater advantage of the processing power of new multi-core systems. This means support for more virtual systems per physical host, leading to potential cost reductions while increasing the scalability and flexibility of virtual infrastructure. New Hyper-V Live Migration allows organizations to move a virtual machine between two host servers without any interruption of service. All this helps organizations continue to get the best value out of their hardware and take better advantage of consolidation opportunities.Project MadisonScale your Data Warehouse to 100TB+Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 will offer customers scalability to meet the demands of growing data warehouses, with the ability to scale to over 10 TBs in the core release.With Fast Track Data Warehouse, customers can deploy SQL Server 2008 and also R2 on top of reference architecture that’s pre-configured and tuned to enable up to 32TBs of DW capability.Project code name “Madison”, to be released around the same time as SQL Server 2008 R2, is a highly scalable data warehouse appliance solution comprising of both software and hardware. Madison was developed conjunction with Dell, HP, and other leading hardware providers.
  • Investments in application and multi-server management will help organizations proactively manage database environments efficiently at scale through centralized visibility into resource utilization and help streamline consolidation and upgrade initiatives across the application lifecycle—all with tools that make it fast and easy.Today DBAs manage a growing number of SQL Server instances individually.With SQL Server 2008 R2, we are enabling an increase in the ratio of DBAs to databases for management at scale. Our new tools allow DBAs to set up a multi-server environment in minutes and enroll their sprawling instances into a SQL Server Control Point.<click to animate>Today with disparate instances and no central management DBAs have hundreds to thousands of underutilized instances running small departmental apps, all requiring equal maintenance for compliance and versioning control.With SQL Server 2008 R2, enrollment into the SQL Server Control Point removes the need to manually assess the capacity of each instance through central capacity policies. At-a-glance viewpoints provide insight into resources and data-tier application utilization helping you maximize your existing resources and choose consolidation candidates at a huge time savings.<click to animate> Today, preparing for upgrades and deployments means a lot of time spent locating the many disparate objects associated with a single deployed application (tables, runtimes, stored procedures) or preparing the many objects related to a database application deployment, without knowing if there are specific deployment requirements. Moving existing data-tier applications and deploying new ones is a very time consuming process littered with trial and error.With R2, we introduce a new concept to the market, a single unit of deployment. A new single unit of deployment will significantly increase the efficiencies around data-tier application deployments and upgrades resulting in dramatically streamlined consolidation and management efforts.
  • As I mentioned before, DBA teams will gain more visibility and control over their environment through new extensions in SQL Server Management Studio.New wizards will allow DBAs to quickly designate a SQL Server instance as a SQL Server Control Point and thenenroll instances into centralized multi-server management to gain visibility into relevant information like SQL Server versions and help control the sprawl of unsanctioned and non-standard instances and applicationsWithin about 15 minutes from setup DBAs will have insights into databaseutilization, enabling them to make decisions about consolidation candidates or proactively address applications and instances that are over utilized.
  • Once instances are enrolled, At-a-glance dashboard viewpoints provide insights into application and database utilization and capacity policy violations to help identify consolidation opportunities, maximize investments and ultimately maintain healthy systems. <click for another view><click to animate> DBAs can use simple UI tools to adjust default policies to define desired utilization thresholds across database instances or applications within the SQL Server Control Point.
  • <Click 1x for animation>A new single unit of deployment, Data-tier Application, packages database schema (database, tables, stored procedures, etc) with deployment requirements and can be extracted from existing applications or created in Microsoft Visual Studio®—accelerating deployments and upgrades.Integration with Visual Studio introduces a new project template that creates a Data-tier Application output file (DACPAC) while built-in developmenttools will help improve overall data-tier application quality. Policy-Based Management is extended through these new capabilities in Visual Studio allowing developers to define deployment requirements or intent within their database projects—for example, the application requires spatial data support and at least 20 gigs of free space to allow for growth. This integration enables a single unit of deployment for DBAs to deploy database applicationsto available servers that meet deployment criteria. This helps significantlystreamline deployments, moves and upgrades by reducing the amount of trial and error associated with typical database application deployments.<Click 3 times for animation>New virtualization connectivity information in SQL Server allows DBAs to make changes like rename servers or move databases without the need to modify any connection setting. It also allows .NET and Win32 client-side applications that target the same data-tier application to share the same connectivity information which further helps reduce the application maintenance efforts andstreamline deployments and upgrade efforts.
  • Augmenter la productivitéAccélérer la création de rapport en tirant parti les contenus existants (requêtes, tableaux, graphiques, cartes, jauges, logos, etc.)Synchronisation des mises à jours avec les contenus publiésAugmenter l’adoption de l’utilisateur finalCollaborer avec confianceAccès à un point central de partage et d’édition de contenusPartager de contenu, « détenu » par des experts, avec d’autres personnes à travers votre entrepriseMaintenir efficacement les templates et veiller à la cohérenceAméliorer l’efficacité ITPasser moins de temps à créer des rapports ; créer des composants en une seule fois pour une réutilisation la plus large possibleAutoriser les utilisateurs finaux à créer des rapports indépendamment de l’ITUtiliser les rapports comme sources de données pour les analyses « desktop »Publier des requêtes et des données prédéfinies
  • End users are the final consumers of “Business Intelligence” they are the ones that look for insights into the information that is provided and make strategic, tactical or operational decisions.Today end users use familiar tools like Microsoft Office Excel and Access to create their business models or reports and either make decisions themselves or share it out with others. This allows them to get solutions up and running quickly without any dependence on IT. The challenge with these traditional tools is that there is no accountability for where the data in their systems comes from and where the information goes. Not only is it a data quality issue, but one of compliance as well and is the reason why IT Pros within these organizations look to try and manage this information sprawl.IT on the other hand is used to managing their data and infrastructure in a secure, scalable and reliable way, but just cant keep up with the demands of the end users as every new request needs additional customization or the creation of new BI assets.Our vision for end user empowerment is about bringing the best of both worlds to the end user. End users should continue to rapidly create their business models and repots using the tools that they are familiar with while at the same time being able to work on information that is managed by IT, is secure and of high quality. All without having to directly call on IT to make it all happen. This is what we view as “Self Service BI”
  • End to end view of overall system performance End to end view of resource utilization Analysis of application usage and popularity
  • View application details e.g. data sources Monitor performance metrics e.g. query response times Manage application security and settings
  • Support for up to 256 Logical Processors offer:Single-system scalabilityImproved performance (parallelization)Support for industry standard servers with 8 CPU and 128 logical processorsIncreased flexibility in deployment (Single vs. Multiple Instance)
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 V1.0

    1. 1. SQL Server 2008 R2Vosdonnées en libre service<br />Pascal Belaud<br />Architecte<br />Microsoft France<br />http://blogs.msdn.com/Pascal<br />Patrick Guimonet<br />Architecte<br />Microsoft France<br />http://blogs.technet.com/patricg<br />
    2. 2. AgendaSQL Server 2008 R2 & Projet Madison<br />Introduction<br />Démonstrations :<br />Administration multi-serveurs & Data-tier Application<br />Report Builder 3.0<br />SQL Server Add-in &quot;Gemini&quot; pour Excel<br />SQL Azure<br />Conclusion<br />
    3. 3. Les défis à relever<br />Plateforme Flexible fournissant une valeur importante à faible coût<br />La bonne information <br />au bon moment<br />Contraintes Budgétaires<br />Nouvelle économie globale<br />Gestion des risques et Compliance<br />Les règles du jeux changent : Innovations technologiques<br />Types de données<br />Nombreux types de péripériques<br />Cloud Services<br />Explosion des données<br />
    4. 4. Confiance<br />Intelligence<br />Productivité<br />Protéger vos informations<br />Assurer la continuité de votre activité<br />Réponse prévisible<br />Gestion par règle<br />Simplifier le développement d’applications<br />Stocker n’importe quelle information<br />Intégrer vos données <br />Diffuser une information pertinente<br />Actionnez les bons leviers de croissance<br />Reduce acquisition cost & lower TCO<br />
    5. 5. & Projet nom de code “Madison”<br />Efficacité<br />Admin et Dév<br />Plateforme sécurisée et évolutive<br />BI en libre service<br /><ul><li>Application & Multi-Server Management
    6. 6. Operations Dashboards
    7. 7. Extraire et Déployer des applications de données tiers
    8. 8. SQL Server System Prep
    9. 9. Sécurité au niveau de l’entreprise
    10. 10. Support jusqu’à 256 processeurs
    11. 11. Gestion d’événements avec la technologie StreamInsight
    12. 12. Compression de données améliorée
    13. 13. Projet “Gemini”
    14. 14. Report Builder 3.0
    15. 15. SharePoint Publishing & Mgmt
    16. 16. Master Data Services </li></ul>Bases solides pour les charges de travail de votre entreprise<br />Projet “Madison”<br />Windows Server<br />Hyper-V™ & Live Migration <br />Support d&apos;une large gamme matérielle<br />Architecture MPP supportant des DW de plus de 100 To<br />Appliance répondant aux standards du marché<br />
    17. 17. Les principaux investissements<br />Accès en libre service & visibilité<br />Sécurité au niveau de l’entreprise <br />Gestion efficace à n’importe quelle échelle<br />BI en libre service<br />Plateforme évolutive sécurisée<br />Efficacité et rendement <br />IT & Développeur<br />Interface familière & vos outils d’aujourd’hui<br />Performance prévisible<br />Optimiser les ressources<br />TCO faible<br />Des bases solides pour les charges de travail de votre entreprise<br />
    18. 18. Efficacité des Administrateurs et des Développeurs<br />Visibilité & Contrôle<br />Optimisation des ressources<br />Rendements administratifs<br />Donner à l’IT le contrôle et la rapidité dont ils ont besoin tout en assurant la continuité du business<br />
    19. 19. Améliorer l’efficacité des Administrateurs et des Développeurs<br />Aujourd’hui<br />Demain<br />Contrôler l’étendue des serveurs avec 1 ou plusieurs gestions – l’installation et le paramétrage sont faciles et rapides<br />Gérer la capacité au travers de politiques – gagner du temps, optimiser vos ressources<br />Une seule unité de déploiement – augmenter l’efficacité du déploiement et des mises à jour<br />
    20. 20. Bénéfices clefs<br />Contrôle• Optimisation • Rendements<br />Gagner en visibilité et en contrôle<br />Nouveaux wizards dans SSMS – Configuration simple et rapide<br />Créer un point de contrôle<br />Inscrire les instances<br />Rafraichissement des aperçus toutes les 15 minutes<br />Management Studio<br />Managed Server Group<br />Database <br />Administrator<br />SQL Server <br />Control Point<br />Microsoft Confidential—Preliminary Information Subject to Change<br />
    21. 21. Bénéfices clefs<br />Contrôle• Optimisation • Rendements<br />Améliorer l’optimisation des ressources<br />Vues « At-a-glance » pour les aperçus<br />Opportunités de consolidation ID<br />« drill-down » rapide pour des vues détaillées<br />UI simple pour des ajustements de la politique<br />Microsoft Confidential—Preliminary Information Subject to Change<br />
    22. 22. Bénéfices clefs<br />Contrôle• Optimisation • Efficacité<br />Améliorer les rendements<br />Client<br />Une seule unité de déploiement<br />Intégration avec Visual Studio<br />Rationalisation des déploiements & des mises à jour<br />Developeur tier<br />“Finance”<br />Management Studio<br />Administrateur de base de données<br />Ensemble des serveurs gérés<br />Gestion centrale<br />Microsoft Confidential—Preliminary Information Subject to Change<br />
    23. 23. Améliorer l’efficacité des Administrateurs et des Développeurs<br />démo<br />Administration Multi-Serveurs<br />Data-tier Application<br />
    24. 24. BI en libre service<br />- Responsabiliser les <br />utilisateurs finaux<br />- Partager & Collaborer<br />- Améliorer le rendement IT<br />La capacité à réagir rapidement face aux opportunités et aux besoins des clients peut être un grand facteur de différenciation<br />
    25. 25. BI en libre service<br />démo<br />Report Builder 3.0<br />
    26. 26. Reporting en libre service<br />15<br />
    27. 27. Carte et visualisation Géospatiale<br />Visualisation riche des données géospatiales<br />Mapping, Routing, Custom Shapes, …<br />Support pour SQL Spatial<br />Intégration avec Bing Maps<br />“Mash up” des informations de votre activité avec des représentations géographiques<br />Obtenez plus de valeur ajoutée sur vos données existantes<br />16<br />Preliminary Information Subject to Change<br />
    28. 28. Un plus par rapport au visuel riche existant introduit avec SQL Server 2008 !<br />17<br />
    29. 29. Expérience Reporting Collaboratif<br />Augmenter la productivité<br />Collaborer avec confiance<br />18<br />
    30. 30. Mise à jour des composants sur le serveur<br />
    31. 31. Permettre le déploiement de la BI en libre service<br />Autoriser et gérer<br />IT<br />Managed<br /> Sécuriser<br /> Evolutif<br /> A jour<br />Backed up<br />Libre service<br />Facile à utiliser<br />Online et Offline<br />Collaboratif<br />Sources de données<br />Data <br />Marts<br />BI et applications LOB<br />Portails et tableaux de bord<br />Implication de l’IT dans la BI<br />IT<br />Unmanaged<br />Spreadsheets et applications bureautiques<br />Contexte utilisateur final pour la BI<br />Personnel(Responsabilisé)<br />Organisationnel<br />(Aligné)<br />Equipe(Connectée)<br />
    32. 32. BI en libre service<br />démo<br />Projet Gemini<br />
    33. 33. Tableaux de bords &quot;Gemini&quot; pour l&apos;Informatique<br />
    34. 34. Détails par application – Métriques de performance – Sécurité et paramètres<br />
    35. 35. Master Data Services<br />24<br />
    36. 36. Plateformesécurisée et évolutive<br />Sécurité et évolutivité à l&apos;échelle de l&apos;entreprise<br />Entrepôt de données de grandetaille<br />Faire face à toutes les demandes<br />
    37. 37. Plateforme évolutive et sécurisée<br />Notre stratégie évolutive<br />SQL Server 2008<br />10TB’s+<br />Fast Track Data<br /> Warehouse<br />10TB ~ 32TB<br />“Madison”<br />100TB’s+<br />Aujourd’hui<br />FastTrack Data Warehouse : architecture de déploiement de type appliance, évolutivité et performance pour SMP<br />7 Architectures de Référence pour la montée en charge des Data warehouses sur SQL Server 2008<br />Hardware optimisé par nos partenaires clefs – HP, Dell & Bull<br />“Madison” à Q4<br />Déploiement prévisible au travers MPP<br />Evolution massive avec un TCO faible : <br /> TCO – 100TB+! <br />Intégré avec Microsoft BI<br />
    38. 38. La brique de Base <br />
    39. 39. Une &quot;appliance&quot; MPP Madison<br />
    40. 40. Gestion complexe d’événements<br />Event<br />Event<br />Event<br />Event<br />Event<br />Event<br />Event<br />Event<br />Event<br />CEP Application<br />Event sources<br />Event targets<br />CEP Engine<br />Devices, Sensors<br />Pagers & Monitoring devices<br />Standing Queries<br />Output Adapters<br />Input Adapters<br />Web servers<br />KPI Dashboards, SharePoint UI<br />Trading stations<br />Event stores & Databases<br />Event stores & Databases<br />Stock tickers & News feeds<br />Static reference data<br />29<br />Preliminary Information Subject to Change<br />
    41. 41. SQL Server 2008 R2 & Windows Server 2008 R2<br />
    42. 42. SQL Azure : Etendre la plateforme SQL Server<br />Reference Data<br />Business Intelligence<br />Data Sync<br />Reporting<br />SQL Azure<br />Database-as-a-Service<br />Symmetric Programming Model<br />Data Hub Aggregation<br />1ers services : SGBD comme un service, Data Sync & Data Hub<br />Futur :<br />Nouveaux services: BI/DSS, DW<br />Puis : Données de référnces, Données hautement sécurisées<br />Permettre de nouveaux usages pour délivrer de la valeur métier<br />
    43. 43. Modèle<br />Chaquecompteest<br />uneunité de facturation<br />associé à un ouplusieursserveursvirtuels<br />Chaqueserveura<br />Accès de 1 à 5 bases<br />Chaque base a unelimite de taille<br />Un ouplusieurslogins<br />Chaquebasehas <br />Un ouplusieursSQL users<br />Compte<br />Serveur<br />Base<br />Server=server1.data.database.windows.net<br />Database=testDB<br />Login=nigele[@server1] (maps to testuser)<br />
    44. 44. démo<br />SQL Azure<br />
    45. 45. Et ensuite ?<br />S’informer sur SQL Server 2008 R2<br />http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/R2.aspx<br />http://www.microsoft.com/france/serveur/sql<br />Sites TechNet & MSDN<br />http://technet.microsoft.com/fr-fr/sqlserver<br />http://msdn.microsoft.com/fr-fr/sqlserver<br />Blogs francophones<br />http://blogs.msdn.com/Pascal<br />http://blogs.technet.com/patricg<br />Télécharger la version d’évaluation<br />http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/ee315247.aspx<br />
    46. 46. Questions <br />/ Réponses<br />

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