solution must be an operational success, yet knowing what needs to be done to
make this happen can be difficult compared to meeting its more obvious functionality
where quality attributes, also known as non-functional requirements, can help
you define your operational readiness by identifying common quality attributes such
as availability, manageability, scalability and security.
will show how you can use SQL Server 2014’s features after having formally defined
your criteria for operational success, and its demos and content is relevant to
both database developers and database administrators.