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Scaling out a SQL Server environment across multiple systems can be a difficult and complicated project, involving partitioned databases, federation and more. So, when it comes to SQL Server scalability, most organizations prefer to scale individual systems up as much as possible before trying to tackle the out option. Here are four tips for making the scale-up process easier and more effective. For more on SQL Server scalability and SQL Server performance Find 3 hardware upgrades to ratchet up SQL Server scalability Learn about SQL Server scalability features in Denali, Microsoft’s next release Get indexing tips to improve SQL Server performance Compare SQL Server performance in 32-bit, 64-bit platforms Maximize SQL Server performance components. Every server’s performance comes down to four basic components: memory, disk storage, network adapters and CPU. Your first step will be to maximize all four of these components in an existing server. Start with memory – it can have the biggest impact and it’s usually the most easily expanded piece of a server. ... Access >>>
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