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There are two ways to manage the growth requirements of database systems: scale-up; and scale-out. Scale-up comes from improved hardware (more cpu, faster cpu) and from extensive tuning by application developers and database administrators.
Scale-out requires distributing and partitioning data as well as distributing the data processing. This involves characterizing the different types of data in your application as all data is not the same with respect to the database. In addition, scaling and failover capabilities can be greatly improved by dividing the process implementation into composable services that can execute asynchronously or in parallel.
We'll discuss designing an application architecture that implements a data management methodology that fully reviews the purpose and usage of your data leading to effective scale-out designs. We will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of how to make your application scale by leveraging the new capabilities of SQL Server 2005 that are geared around a Service-Oriented Database Architecture. The revolutionary enhancements in the new SQL Server release enable new possibilities for scale-out using a reliable event-driven active database model that replaces the session-based connected database communication model that exists today. This leads to new design patterns that deliver increased throughput, leverage commodity hardware, and increase availability – empowering you to deliver applications that meet ever-increasing up-time and transactional demands.
To book a place fill out our registration form or call Tony Rogerson on 01582 346161 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. There are discounts for block bookings.