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Review the chapter summary. Review the list of key terms introduced in this chapter. Complete the case scenario. This scenario sets up a real-world situation involv ing the topics of this chapter and asks you to create solutions. Complete the suggested practices. Take a practice test.
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If you need to create a strong security boundary between databases, you can still deploy those databases on a single physical machine if you store them in sepa rate instances of SQL Server. For example, you need separate instances of SQL Server to support two different sets of sysadmins, each with exclusive adminis trative rights to its own database server. Similarly, you need multiple instances of SQL Server if you host the databases of completely separate companies on a sin gle physical server. Many large organizations experience a gradual and uncoordinated prolifera tion of SQL Server installations. By combining and consolidating these instal lations onto as few servers as possible, you can reduce costs and improve administration.
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Do you know what these key terms mean You can check your answers by looking up the terms in the glossary at the end of the book.
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Case Scenario: Consolidating Dispersed Data
In the following case scenario, you apply what you ve learned about deploying and consolidating multiple instances. You can find answers to these questions in the Answers section at the end of this book.
Background
Company Overview
Fabrikam International is an online music service based in Ottawa, Canada. Fabrikam was created in 2003 as a means to support the needs of independent music fans worldwide. The service makes available for download the music of thousands of inde pendent-label artists whose work is otherwise unavailable through online music stores and traditional outlets such as music store chains. The service works through a subscription fee. Three different subscription levels are available: Basic, Plus, and Premium. At each higher subscription level, a subscriber can download more songs per month at a lower cost per song. When subscribers con nect to the Fabrikam Web site, they log on with a user name and password to access their account and download songs.
Problem Statements
Beginning in 2005, Fabrikam began to see a strong increase in the number of sub scribers, a trend that has continued to the present day. As a result of this growth, the response time for users logging on to the Web site has begun to increase noticeably. At present, Fabrikam has approximately 55,000 registered subscribers. Studies have shown that no more than 10 percent of the current subscribers are ever logged on at any one time. Besides the problem of increased response time, the company has also experienced an unplanned decentralization of data. To begin to address this problem, the IT department has conducted a survey to collect details about the growing number of SQL Server 2000 installations in the company. The results of the survey show that multiple departments have independently deployed their own SQL Server and are using it to store department data. Management wants to consolidate the data to allow for centralized administration, data redundancy reduction, and cost savings.
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Planned Changes
To solve the problem of poor response times, the company owner, Tom McMartin, has ordered a capacity planning study to be performed. The study has two specific aims. First, determine whether the database server that is currently holding the customer accounts (named DBSRV1) is experiencing a performance bottleneck in the proces sor, memory, or disk subsystems. Second, if a bottleneck is spotted, a replacement database server should be designed to meet the technical and business requirements of the company for the next four years. To address the problem of data dispersion, the IT department has recommended that the data currently stored in various departments be consolidated and managed cen trally on a new server.
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