Best Books – Sybase Database

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Sybase Database subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Sybase Database along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Sybase Database subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Sybase Database" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Sybase 15.0 Replication Server Administration” by Saroj Kapoor Bagai

“Sybase 15.0 Replication Server Administration” Book Review: This book aids the readers in administering Sybase’s newest 15.0 Replication Server release. Its history and conceptual frameworks are examined in order to understand installation and administration of Sybase Replication Server. Readers learn to replicate business-critical data, configure database connections and routes, and manage replicated tables, stored procedures, and subscriptions. Replication performance and database system tuning is studied along with high availability of data, failure recovery and data loss prevention, and troubleshooting the replication system. Contemporary cross-platform compatible Sybase Replication Server administration is also analyzed. Both beginner and expert level database professionals can refer to this book.

2. “Sybase DBA Companion” by Brian Hitchcock

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“Sybase DBA Companion” Book Review: This book serves as a comprehensive guide to administering Sybase System 11, System 10, and SQL Server 4.9.2 database servers. It presents real-world techniques and step-by-step instructions for installing and upgrading Sybase servers, managing complex multi server environments, documenting servers, capacity planning, tuning and optimization, assigning segments to server devices, partitioning disks, and recovery. The attached CD-ROM contains a collection of scripts for automating routine system administration with a multimedia Web page explaining them. The book is intended for Sybase database administrators.

3. “Sybase Database Administrator’s Handbook” by Brian Hitchcock

“Sybase Database Administrator’s Handbook” Book Review: This book demonstrates how complex multi- SQL Server environments can be managed seamlessly. Readers will learn to plan and document their server environment and database segments as well as lay out disks, controllers and disk partitions for optimal performance and reliability. Step-by-step procedures for day-to-day system maintenance, monitoring, and optimization is also explained. Presents upgrade strategies. This is followed by a display of upgradation strategies and proven methods for database recovery. The book also addresses how to troubleshoot communications problems among Sybase SQL servers. This book is ideal for Sybase database administrators, IS management, organizations that must train database administrators, IS management, other technical staff supporting or working with Sybase SQL, and for students of computer science and databases.

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4. “Administrator’s Guide to Sybase ASE 15” by Jeffrey Garbus

“Administrator’s Guide to Sybase ASE 15” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the latest release of ASE products by adopting a practical approach. Key concepts like installation, defining physical and Sybase-mirrored devices, transaction logging and modes, auditing, database backup and restoration, security, troubleshooting, maintenance, etc. are covered in detail. Readers will be able to perform any task that encompasses the creation or maintenance of a server while understanding the responsibilities of a system administrator at the same time. The book also teaches about setting limits on server resources using the Resource Governor and prioritizing tasks with the Logical Process Manager. The concept of using data partitioning to enable finer control over data placement, maintenance, and management is also explored. This book is suitable for system administrators and other professionals.

5. “Sybase Dba Survival Guide/Book” by Jeffrey R Garbus

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“Sybase DBA Survival Guide” Book Review: This book explains the fundamental working principles behind the database administration process. Starting from job responsibilities and planning to implementation and performance tuning/monitoring, the book guides the readers towards efficiently setting up and administering a network. Checklists as well as troubleshooting tips and techniques are also provided. Administrators can refer to this book.

6. “Readings in Database Systems” by Joseph M. Hellerstein and Michael Stonebraker

“Readings in Database Systems” Book Review: This book offers a detailed treatment of the research conducted in the field of database systems along with the technical details of the recent innovations made in this field. Two introductory articles discuss the fundamentals and history of data models and query languages. This is followed by an architectural overview of a database system. Subsequent articles present the classical literature on database research as well as updated coverage on search engine architecture and application servers. Basic familiarity with database systems is assumed. Both students and DBMS professionals can refer to this book.

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7. “Sybase SQL Server 11 Unleashed” by Jeff Garbus and Woodbeck Et al

“Sybase SQL Server 11 Unleashed” Book Review: This book offers an updated and comprehensive coverage of Sybase SQL Server 11 and addresses all relevant programming and database administration topics. Essential topics like installation, measuring performance, Transact-SQL programming, performance tuning, transaction management, remote server management, security, etc. are extensively covered. The attached CD-ROM includes the source code from the book, Aurora Desktop, a compact SQL Editor, and a full-size Aurora Script Manager. Programmers can refer to this book.

8. “Sybase Dba Survival Guide/Book and Disk” by Jeffrey R Garbus and David S Solomon

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“Sybase DBA Survival Guide” Book Review: This book explains the fundamental working principles behind the database administration process. Starting from job responsibilities and planning to implementation and performance tuning/monitoring, the book guides the readers towards efficiently setting up and administering a network. Checklists as well as troubleshooting tips and techniques are also provided. Administrators can refer to this book.

9. “Sybase Replication Server: An Administrator’s Guide” by John Kirkwood and Garry Arkle
10. “SYBASE TRANSACT SQL GUIDELINES BEST PRACTICES” by Mich Talebzadeh and Ryan Thomas Putnam
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