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Trivadis TechEvent 2017 Field report SQL Server by Stephan Hurni

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  1. 1. BASEL BERN BRUGG DÜSSELDORF FRANKFURT A.M. FREIBURG I.BR. GENF HAMBURG KOPENHAGEN LAUSANNE MÜNCHEN STUTTGART WIEN ZÜRICH Field report SQL Sever Consolidation / Optimization / Migration Stephan.Hurni@trivadis.com 15.09.2017 TechEvent September 2017 1
  2. 2. AGENDA TechEvent September 20172 15.09.2017 1. Getting started 2. Gather and Analyze Environments  the Tool 3. Output 4. Projects and Actions 5. Customer Cases 6. Conclusion
  3. 3. TechEvent September 20173 15.09.2017 Getting started
  4. 4. Intention TechEvent September 20174 15.09.2017 Some suppose.. – They know what SQL Servers they have … almost – Their operation is appropriate … until certain questions are asked – Database Maintenance should be done … doing it with Maintenance Plans But.. – Some things are not as good as it should be – Performance ... Yes there are some Pain-Points – Need to save Money and Resources so virtualization and consolidation is the Key … is it? – New SQL Versions must come in because of Applications prerequisites (need new features) – And what about the upcoming “General Data Protection Regulation”  application 25. May 2018
  5. 5. What‘s the plan TechEvent September 20175 15.09.2017 Customers ask Trivadis – …best they can do  Customers ask Microsoft – …2nd best they can do, as long Mircosoft will engage Trivadis
  6. 6. What we do TechEvent September 20176 15.09.2017 Start with initial Inventory of the whole (Database) Environment Identify hot spots – EOL Versions – unknown Server and Instances – not standardized Setups – consolidation potential – find Painpoints Recommend optimal new Database Platform Systems Guide Customers to SQL Server Standards Plan, Setup and Configure POC or new Platforms Coach the Customers DBAs, Support the DBAs and deliver SLA
  7. 7. Is it that easy TechEvent September 20177 15.09.2017 Plan to change the Platform from physical to virtual Consolidate SQL Servers increase risks when downtimes are planned or unplanned Complexity is a concern Are all Applications new SQL Version aware  typically this is a mature issue Get a good Overview on all Servers, Instances, Versions, Databases is not that easy So we need a valuable Tool to help
  8. 8. TechEvent September 20178 15.09.2017 Gather and Analyze Environments
  9. 9. The Tool TechEvent September 20179 15.09.2017 Microsoft MAP (Microsoft Assessment and Planning) Toolkit – Agentless inventory, assessment, and reporting – Securely assess to Windows 10 to Windows 7, Office (365, 2016, 2013), Windows Server 2016 to Windows Server 2016, SQL Server 2016 to SQL Server 2000, Hyper-V and many more .. even Oracle – Uses WMI, ADS, PerfMon to collect Data  no Agents – Free to use – Actual Version 9.6 https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/solutionaccelerators/dd537566.aspx https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/1640.microsoft-assessment-and-planning-toolkit.aspx#GSG
  10. 10. Why MAP TechEvent September 201710 15.09.2017 Helps to understand organization's IT infrastructures and determine the right Microsoft technologies for the needs Provides insight into ability to migrate to the latest versions of Microsoft products Assessment and planning tool for: – Discovery of computers and applications – Hardware and software readiness migration – Capacity planning for server, desktop and virtualization projects – Public and Private Cloud capacity and migration planning – Software usage tracking
  11. 11. Engage … TechEvent September 201711 15.09.2017 First – achieve a moderate Budget of 3-5 Days – Phase 1 to Phase 4  onsite 1-2 Days • Get Security Department on Board (Phase 2 – Phase 3) because of the behavior of the Toolkit (looks as a thread on some detection systems) • Includes inventory – Phase 5  let the Tool collect Performance Metrics during 3 to 5 Weeks time – Phase 6  2 – 3 Days incl. Presentation • Analyze data and create Reports and Basic Concepts based on the defined Goals Customer: please ask us for a tailored offer
  12. 12. TechEvent September 201712 15.09.2017 Output
  13. 13. MAP Toolkit Inventory (Performance Metrics) - Samples TechEvent September 201713 15.09.2017 1. Inventory Report to identify what’s in the environment 2. Inventory and Metrics over focused Objects to get detailed Performance facts + figures
  14. 14. MAP Toolkit Inventory SQL Server Versions - Samples TechEvent September 201714 15.09.2017 SQL Server Versions – EOL (2000, 2005) 2008 ends extended support in 09.2019 – SQL 7.0 (found!) not listed from MAP anymore SQL Server Components – Installed? – Active?
  15. 15. MAP Toolkit Inventory SQL Server Editions - Sample TechEvent September 201715 15.09.2017 SQL Server Editions – Large Potential to Consolidate – Express Editions  all known?  Patching?  Maintenance?
  16. 16. SQL Server Patchlevels TechEvent September 201716 15.09.2017 Quelle: http://sqlserverbuilds.blogspot.ch/                    Example: only 35 of 387 Instances OK! RC2 since Aug. 2017
  17. 17. TechEvent September 201717 15.09.2017 Project and Action
  18. 18. Going on … TechEvent September 201718 15.09.2017 Customer identified; Planning and Implementation is necessary – Lot to do but Customer can’t typically do it self – Specify next steps incl. Actions and Workforce the Customer has to deliver – Nominate the Migration objects  see overall SQL Server environment picture – Planning and Engineering of Resources, Systems and High Availability – Implementation, Setup, Configuration incl. POC, Dev, Test and Production Environment – Migrating Instances and DBs – Checks / Tests / implement Standards and TVDTools Follow up… – Expand to more Tasks and Objects – Define further Cooperation – Know-how transfer – SLA’s
  19. 19. Main Targets / Goals TechEvent September 201719 15.09.2017 Standardized SQL Server Database Environment – Essential Base – Consolidating Instances and Databases by reducing the risk of interruptions – Predictable Performance: CPU Usage, Disk waits, Disk throughput  DB Maintenance – Organized, real DB operations  not only done by not DBA’s, e.g. System Engineers/Administrators RPO – Proofed TXLog Backup to save locations – Low latency Backup RTO – HA for DB‘s as „Normal Case“ due to Standardized SQL Server in HADR AG – Native SQL Backup in Low latency Network / Backup Location
  20. 20. Availability / Performance TechEvent September 201720 15.09.2017 AlwaysOn AGs – Optimal Protection incl. DR  2-3 sites Combine new Platforms – physical, virtual, On Premise, Azure  HyperCloud / Hybrid Use new SQL Server Features – Readable Secondary's (Reporting) – OLTP operational Analytics – Azure Features – New Security Features (Masking, RLS, Encryption)
  21. 21. TechEvent September 201721 15.09.2017 Customer Cases
  22. 22. Customer Cases (1+2 of 4 samples) TechEvent September 201722 15.09.2017 – POC to consolidate / optimize to new SQL 2016 Platform – MAP used initially – Follow-up Projects 60+ Express Editions found 20+ Express Editions found
  23. 23. Customer Cases (3+4 of 4 samples) TechEvent September 201723 15.09.2017 – Intended due to lag of licensing – MAP used initially – Consolidate / optimize to new SQL 2016 Platform  Follow-up Project 30+ Express Editions found 200+ in the whole Enterprise 30+ Express Editions found
  24. 24. TechEvent September 201724 15.09.2017 Conclusion
  25. 25. It is worth to engage … TechEvent September 201725 15.09.2017 Initial MAP – Get real knowledge about the SQL Server environments – Get focused on: Pain points, Misconfigurations, not proper licensing, compliance, GDPR – Show optimization potential (costs, operations, availability) Referred to the findings … – Engineering / Implementing / Standardization – Coaching – TVDTools / SLA‘s Ask MS-IC  Patrick Bucher, MS-IC Team-Member or your representativ
  26. 26. Thank you 15.09.2017 TechEvent September 201726 @Trivadis  Please use the Trivadis Events mobile app to give feedback on each session  Use "My schedule" if you have registered for a session  Otherwise use "Agenda" and the search function  If the mobile app does not work (or if you have a Windows smartphone), use your smartphone browser Session Feedback – now URL: http://trivadis.quickmobileplatform.eu/ User name: <your_loginname> (such as “svv”) Password: sent by e-mail...
  27. 27. Session Feedback – now TechEvent September 201727 15.09.2017 Please use the Trivadis Events mobile app to give feedback on each session Use "My schedule" if you have registered for a session Otherwise use "Agenda" and the search function If the mobile app does not work (or if you have a Windows smartphone), use your smartphone browser – URL: http://trivadis.quickmobileplatform.eu/ – User name: <your_loginname> (such as “svv”) – Password: sent by e-mail...

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