IT Professionals Stay One Step Ahead of the Competition With Microsoft SQL Server 2000

REDMOND, Wash., May 3, 2001 — In today’s competitive market, IT professionals need resources that provide them with the skills and knowledge to stay one step ahead of their competition. Straight from the Microsoft® SQL Server™
2000 product team and Microsoft Consulting Services, the new SQL Server 2000 Resource Kit delivers this advantage. Full of must-have information for today’s SQL Server professional, the resource kit includes comprehensive technical information and tools for deploying, managing, supporting and migrating to SQL Server 2000. The text’s 37 technical chapters address the needs of the enterprise database users, including security, clustering and scalability, and Extensible Markup Language (XML). The inclusion of two CD-ROMs containing 29 tools, sample code, online help files and utilities to simplify SQL Server management makes the resource kit indispensable for IT professionals looking to improve their marketability on the SQL Server skill set.

The Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Resource Kit (ISBN 0-7356-1266-8) can be ordered today online from Microsoft Press® at http://mspress.microsoft.com/prod/books/4939.htm .

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