|Table of Contents|
|SQL Performance Tuning|
|By Peter Gulutzan, Trudy Pelzer|
|Publisher||: Addison Wesley|
|Pub Date||: September 10, 2002|
SQL Performance Tuning is a handbook of practical solutions for busy database professionals charged with managing an organization's critically important data. Covering today's most popular and widely installed database environments, this book is an indispensable resource for managing and tuning SQL across multiple platforms.
Packed with tips, techniques, and best practices, this hands-on guide covers SQL commands and queries over a wide range of conditions and environments. Every facet of the SQL environment is covered, from concurrency control to optimizationand every issue in between. The book includes an overview of each of the most widely used database management systems (DBMS) and provides tuning tips for common day-to-day situations.
Topics covered include:
General and specific tuning
General sort considerations and options
Joins and subqueries
Columns and tables
Indexes, including B-trees and bitmaps
Constraints and stored procedures
ODBC and JDBC
Data changes and concurrency control (locking)
Clients, servers, and middleware
Whether you are a programmer, consultant, or user , you will find SQL Performance Tuning an indispensable guide to optimizing SQL performance across today's popular database environments.
Throughout SQL Performance Tuning , ideas and techniques are tested on a variety of popular SQL environments, including IBM DB2, Informix, Ingres, InterBase, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, and Sybase ASE. The book's practical examples are written in ANSI/ISO Standard SQL: 1999.