Microsoft SQL Server 2008 10 User CALs Add On
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- Installation Method: Digital Download
- Estimated Delivery Time: 30 Minutes
- Users Supported: 10 Local Users
- Devices Supported: 1 Concurrent Local Connection per User License, Unlimited Devices per User License
- Installations Supported: Unlimited Connecting Device Installations per User License
- License Type: Perpetual
- License Term: Indefinite
- Licensed Use: Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
- Brand: Microsoft
- Manufacturer Part Number: 228-08394U10
- GTIN: 882224686860
- Features: 10 User CAL Add On
- CALs Included: 10 User CALs
- Platform Supported: Windows
Microsoft SQL Server 2008?User CALs
Complete data management and business intelligence platform
Maximize your database management
If you have a small organization or a department and need a complete data management and business intelligence platform, you should consider Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
Multiserver management capabilitie
Backup compression reduces data backups by as much as 60 percent, thereby freeing up staff time for other tasks. The software provides high-scale complex event processing with SQL Server StreamInsight, and it provides multiserver management capabilities.
Manage database applications
Administrators can centrally monitor and manage database applications, instances or servers. The software expands powerful business intelligence tools to all users with SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel.
Features and benefits of SQL Server 2008
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard includes many useful features.
Supports data consistency
Supports data consistency across heterogeneous systems through SQL Server Master Data Services
Centrally monitor and manage
Allows administrators to centrally monitor and manage multiple database applications, instances, or servers
Complex event-stream processing
Enables high-scale, complex event-stream processing through SQL Server StreamInsight
SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel
Expands powerful business intelligence tools to all users with SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel
Powerful business intelligence solutions
Empowers business users to build and share powerful business intelligence solutions with little or no IT support, while still enabling IT to monitor and manage user-generated business intelligence solutions
Built on the strong foundation of SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 delivers several breakthrough capabilities. The following capabilities are new to Standard:
Reduce data backups by up to 60%
- Backup Compression to reduce data backups by up to 60% and help reduce time spent on backups
- Can be managed instance for application and multi-server management capabilities
- High-scale complex event processing with SQL Server StreamInsight
Scale database operations
Scale database operations with confidence
Improve IT and developer efficiency
Highly scalable BI
Enable highly scalable and well-managed business intelligence on a self-service basis for your users
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The Microsoft SQL Server 2008 User CAL Utility Control Point, which is the heart of R2's new multiserver management capabilities, allows you to monitor resource health across multiple SQL servers, but it currently doesn't support actions on out-of-policy items. In other words, Control Point is read-only for the measurements it shows you. Another limitation: Only 25 managed instances are supported in the Enterprise edition; you'll have to jump to the Datacenter edition to manage more. Here's another area where the Enterprise SKU is set too low; I've never been a part of an enterprise where 25 is an acceptable cutoff for monitoring multiple nodes. it can be complicated to people with no experience.
In short, when it comes to Microsoft SQL Server 2008 User CAL, the Master Data Services scenario consists of a data model and a database. You pass your enterprise data through the master data engine, which validates the data against your rules before sending it on its way. Currently you have to build all your models manually, but that's not typically prohibitive to implementation, considering you're only likely to apply Master Data Services to a few important systems that need the extra checks. Still, it would be nice if Master Data Services would read the model and, in the process, let users concentrate on creating the rules.
Master Data Services helps businesses build and maintain an authoritative source for critical data assets like products, customers, locations, accounts, employees, and so on. Master Data Services is a database, a user interface, and a set of services that enable organizations to rapidly build a model to manage the data that feeds dimensions or other systems. It may contain validation rules, notifications, and security roles. It provides versioning and enables you to reverse unwelcome changes to the data. Master Data Services may serve as a system of entry or a system of record. Using standard tools (such as SQL Server Integration Services or BizTalk), the data may be sent to or from Master Data Services as your business process requires.Microsoft SQL Server 2008 User CAL allows all of this!