SQL Server storage strategies: Disk configurations, DR, and more

SQL Server: Data Best Practices


At best, a normal SQL Server can be one of the largest I/O consumers in your server environment. A SQL Server with a poorly designed database, bad queries, or improperly managed maintenance strategy can go well 2 beyond “busy.” It can overwhelm your storage, which can cause the speed of the I/O operation, or latency, to skyrocket, slowing down the operation.

Download this guide to learn how to avoid the common pitfalls of deploying and maintaining SQL Server and accommodate the most demanding workloads by integrating all-flash for accelerated database performance. Additionally, learn how to leverage the SAN array and database engine for effective data replication, transaction log backup, and DR.

Tegile, a Western Digital brand
25 May 2016
31 May 2016
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