Sybase Systems Management Paperback – 25 Jul 1996
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From the Back Cover
The first complete guide to managing Sybase SQL Server.
To succeed as a Sybase systems professional, you need to understand your system from both a technical and managerial standpoint. Sybase Systems Management is the first book that helps with both. It's the right book for you, if . . .
- You don't have time to read all of the Sybase documentation.
- You need to understand how Sybase SQL Server fits into your computing infrastructure―and how it can help your organization achieve its goals.
As a former Sybase AnswerBase implementor and technical support engineer, Karen Hogoboom is singularly well-qualified to present this detailed, inside view of Sybase SQL Server. This book shows you exactly how Sybase SQL Server works―and how it interacts with disks, memory, CPUs, external software and networks. There is extensive coverage of configuration issues, including System 11 configuration. There's also exclusive, never-before-published information about SQL Server internals.
In short, you'll learn enough to troubleshoot nearly any Sybase technical or performance problem, and to optimize new database systems.
But technical detail is only half the story. Sybase Systems Management also focuses on the real-world management issues that face Sybase developers and administrators every day. Here, you'll get the big picture that's so often missing in computer manuals. How can you make sure Sybase SQL Server actually solves the business problems it's intended to solve? How can you analyze costs and benefits associated with specific projects, and set appropriate priorities? How can you avoid common project implementation problems, and establish procedures that ensure maximum efficiency?
Sybase Systems Management covers Sybase SQL Server with unprecedented depth and insight. It's essential reading for every Sybase developer, manager or administrator.