Re: SQL Server Admin for an Oracle DBA

If you need to work on 2008 this is exactly what you are looking for 
http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2009/11/21/sqlauthority-news-sql-server-2008-for-oracle-dba/
 presentations and videos are very handy in terms of understanding the 
differences. In my opinion the core concepts are working for previous releases 
as well so you won't regret for the time you spend on these free online  
traning modules 
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From: coskan@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 22:57:35 
To: A. Coskan Gundogar<gundogar@xxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Fw: SQL Server Admin for an Oracle DBA


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Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 20:37:13 
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Subject: Re: SQL Server Admin for an Oracle DBA

Books online is your friend :) (those are the sql manuals)
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Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 13:15:25 
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Subject: Re: SQL Server Admin for an Oracle DBA

Seeing that this is your first time, I would recommend your company sending you 
on SQL Server training conducted by Microsoft. After that, you can dive into 
all the reference materials and books you want. 
i found myself in the same boat. I was an Oracle DBA (10yrs exp.) for a 
Microsoft partner, and when all the Oracle jobs dried up in that town, they 
said, seeing that you are an Oracle DBA you must can administer SQL Server. So 
there began my dual life. Take if from me, do the MS training, less pain and 
quicker time to ramp up.  


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Manjula Krishnan<oradba.la@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi guys:

I am now being roped in to being a SQL Server DBA as well. That is something
I have not touched at all. Can you guys recommend some good
training/materials etc?

Thanks,

Manjula
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