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A key part of installing a new SQL Server 2005 instance is selecting the appropriate SQL Server 2005 edition for the installation. Understanding the different SQL Server editions and the features and functionality of each of the editions is key to selecting the right edition for your users requirements. The edition you select not only determines what you can do with your SQL Server installation but also determines what hardware you must set aside for your installation.
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Identify the appropriate SQL Server edition to install for a given environment.
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Understanding SQL Server 2005 Editions
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A major part of the installation planning process is determining the SQL Server 2005 edition you need to use. SQL Server 2005 offers five editions two of which come in either 32-bit or 64-bit versions each designed for a specific environment. Determining the proper edition to install is critical for meeting the functionality needs of your current environment as well as any future needs you might expect. Here is a description of each edition:
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SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition (32-bit and 64-bit) E n t e r p r i s e E d i t i o n i s designed to support the largest enterprise online transaction processing (OLTP) environments, highly complex data-analysis requirements, data-warehousing systems, and active Web sites. DBAs designing large database installations should consider only Enterprise Edition. SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition (32-bit and 64-bit) Standard Edition includes
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the essential functionality needed for e-commerce, data warehousing, and lineof-business solutions that most small- and medium-sized organizations use. Organizations with databases that will contain large amounts of data but do not need installations with all the features of Enterprise Edition might want to consider Standard Edition.
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Installing SQL Server 2005
SQL Server 2005 Workgroup Edition (32-bit only)
Workgroup Edition is the datamanagement solution for small organizations that need a database that has no limits on size or number of users and has the capability to serve as a back end to small Web servers and departmental or branch-office operations. DBAs working with small amounts of data on smaller servers might want to consider using Workgroup Edition.
SQL Server 2005 Developer Edition (32-bit and 64-bit) Developer Edition includes
all the functionality of SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition, but it is licensed for use as a development and test system, not as a production server. Developer Edition is suited for developers in larger companies who need to develop applications that will use Enterprise Edition but who do not want to install Enterprise Edition on development or test servers.
SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (32-bit only)
SQL Server Express is a free, easyto-use, and simple-to-manage database that can be redistributed to function as the client database as well as a basic server database. Express Edition is usually suited only for very small data sets. Developers who are developing applications that require a small data store should consider using Express Edition. Express Edition also makes a suitable replacement for Microsoft Access databases.
SQL Server 2005 Features by Edition
To choose the right SQL Server 2005 edition for your installation, you should review the functionality of each edition to determine which one will meet your users needs. Table 1-1 provides a quick comparison of the features in each SQL Server 2005 edition.
Table 1-1
Feature Set by SQL Server 2005 Edition (Developer Edition has the same feature set as Enterprise Edition)
Feature/Functionality Number of CPUs Supported
Express 1; includes support for multicore processor 1 GB
Workgroup 2; includes support for multicore processor 3 GB
Standard 4; includes support for multicore processor Limit based on operating system
Enterprise Unlimited; includes support for multicore processor Limit based on operating system
Memory
Lesson 1: Selecting the Correct SQL Server 2005 Edition
Table 1-1
Feature Set by SQL Server 2005 Edition (Developer Edition has the same feature set as Enterprise Edition)
Feature/Functionality 64-bit Support
Express With Windows on Windows (WOW) 4 GB No No No No No No No No
Workgroup With WOW
Standard Native
Enterprise Native
Maximum Database Size Partitioning Database Mirroring Failover Clustering Log Shipping Management Studio Database Tuning Advisor Full-Text Search SQL Server Agent Job Scheduling Service Best Practices Analyzer Notification Services
No Limit No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes
No Limit No Yes Yes (two nodes only) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
No Limit Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Yes No
Yes No
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
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Installing SQL Server 2005
Table 1-1
Feature Set by SQL Server 2005 Edition (Developer Edition has the same feature set as Enterprise Edition)
Feature/Functionality Service Broker
Express Yes (Subscriber only) Yes (Subscriber only) Yes (Subscriber only) No
Workgroup Yes
Standard Yes
Enterprise Yes
Merge Replication
Yes (Publish up to 25 Subscribers) Yes (Publish up to five Subscribers) No
Transactional Replication
Oracle Replication
Yes; transactional replication with an Oracle database as a Publisher Yes
Web Services (HTTP Endpoints) Report Server Report Builder BI Development Studio Enterprise Management Tools
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