Join Martin Guidry for an in-depth discussion in this video Using policy-based management to prevent problems, part of SQL Server 2012: Designing Database Solutions.
- Now I'm going to demonstrate how Policy Management…can be used to prevent certain changes…from happening in our SQL Server.…We can create a Policy that states rules…about how the SQL Server should be implimented…and then when we attempt to impliment…something in a different way…the Policy will block that change from happening.…For this example we'll need to set up a new Condition,…so I'll right-click and hit New Condition.…The Facet I'm interested in is Stored Procedures,…and the Field is the name of the Stored Procedure.…
I would like that name to be LIKE a phrase…that shows that all of our Stored Procedures…are named in a consistent way…with some phrase that identifies them as Stored Procedures.…So some people use sproc_…in front of every Stored Procedure…as a naming convention.…Here I've created a rule that will check for that,…so I'm looking for sproc_ and then the % sign.…The % sign is a wild card in this case,…so every Stored Procedure needs to start…with those certain characters…and then have any number of characters after that.…
- Planning the database infrastructure
- Designing databases vs. data warehouses
- Designing the physical database implementation
- Planning for partitioning
- Adding FileStream data
- Monitoring server health
- Managing SQL Server with PowerShell
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Designing a Database Server Infrastructure
2. Designing a Logical Database Schema
3. Designing a Physical Database Implementation
4. Incorporating Data Files into Databases
5. Tuning Database Performance
6. Policy-Based Management
7. Monitoring Server Health
Exploring health data5m 3s
8. Managing SQL Server with PowerShell
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