As you probably heard, on Wednesday, November 19th, during Ted Kummert's keynote at the PASS Summit Conference, Microsoft announced future capabilities for application and multi-server management as part of the SQL Server code-name "Kilimanjaro" release. Participate in a unique opportunity to work with SQL Server Engineers on a totally new concept for developing, deploying and managing applications.Microsoft's investments in application and multi-server management will help reduce the complexity and ambiguity around developing, deploying, and managing applications across the application lifecycle. Through the introduction of a new application model and central management point, organizations will be able to immediately discover and manage SQL Server instances and define deployment policies to simplify database management, optimize resources, streamline collaboration, and help efficiently manage at scale.
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Awe, the link didn't work :(
I just watched the demo you did back in (November?) for Kilimanjaro and now I'm following up on things. I'm just starting to dip my toes into the BI world and I'm THRILLED with what I see coming down the pipe.
The SQL fabric also really blows my socks off. You have no idea how much I would like to see something like this. Obtaining performance data on the servers we've got is sooooooooooo tedious and manual right now. I really don't like having multiple points for SQL management. I really like SSMS 2008 and if you can add in health checks and performance monitoring it would be the SQL app to rule all apps. :)
Here's hoping that we'll have a chance to get some Kilimanjaro demos at TechEd in a few weeks! :D
The private CTP has long since closed. There will be more information available @ TechEd.