Free E-Book on SQL Server 2012, Great Job by Ross Mistry and Stacia Misner (yes, they have done it again :)

Hugo-Shebbeare, 2012-03-20

Free E-Book: Introduction to SQL Server 2012

Ross Mistry and Stacia Misner have again done a wonderful job on this free e-book


You can the full details of the introduction here.

The book contains 10 chapters and 268 pages:

PART I   DATABASE ADMINISTRATION (by Ross Mistry)
1.   SQL Server 2012 Editions and Engine Enhancements
2.   High-Availability and Disaster-Recovery Enhancements
3.   Performance and Scalability
4.   Security Enhancements
5.   Programmability and Beyond-Relational Enhancements
PART II   BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE DEVELOPMENT (by Stacia Misner)
6.   Integration Services
7.   Data Quality Services
8.   Master Data Services
9.   Analysis Services and PowerPivot
10.   Reporting Services

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