Monday, September 21, 2009

Optimizing SQL Server 2008 performance

September 21, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Optimizing SQL Server 2008 performance
Ross Mistry, Contributor

When implementing and managing SQL Server 2008 for your customers, it is important that you understand how to optimize SQL Server's performance. Optimizing SQL Server can ensure that a customer's database system runs smoothly, and it can also prevent future problems before they occur. Focusing on the key areas outlined in this tip, including memory usage, storage concerns, disk alignment, processor and TempDB optimization can help you become an expert on achieving optimal SQL Server 2008 performance.

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