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Learn to apply best practices and optimize your operations.

  • SQL Sentry Event Manager Enterprise Edition v2.7

    The centralized console in SQL Sentry Event Manager Enterprise Edition v2.7 helped SQL Sentry Inc. win kudos from our judges and this year's Gold Award in the Performance and Tuning category. Continue Reading

  • Top 10 SQL Server tips of 2006

    We've compiled a list of the Top 10 SQL Server tips of 2006 according to your visits. On the forefront undoubtedly was keeping your SQL Server system secure. But also piquing your interest throughout the year were the areas of stored procedures, ... Continue Reading

  • Upgrade to SQL Server 2005 and maintain older database

    Upgrading to SQL Server 2005 may cause you some initial trepidation. You'll want to maintain your databases in old faithful (SQL Server 2000) while your new system proves reliable. Contributor Michelle Gutzait outlines methods including replication ... Continue Reading

  • Top 10 SQL Server backup and recovery tips

    We've tallied a Top 10 collection of backup and recovery tips for 2006. View the complete list where database restores of different shapes and sizes took the majority of slots. Continue Reading

  • SQL Server change management tools

    Database change management can be an agonizing task for SQL Server developers. Eric Brown, a SQL Server developer and expert, walks you through three useful tools. Learn why using database backup, Database Snapshot and Database Import and Export ... Continue Reading

  • SSIS maintenance plans in SQL Server 2005

    Using SSIS packages for your maintenance plans in SQL Server 2005 allows for greater flexibility to customize tasks and also provides an execution history for less difficult troubleshooting.Continue Reading

  • Disaster recovery in SQL Server: What your plan should look like

    Disaster recovery in SQL Server relies on three components: people, processes and technology. Your failover and failback solutions must minimize SQL Server data loss. Edgewood Solutions' Greg Robidoux guides you through decisions you'll face, ...Continue Reading

  • SQL Server 2005 upgrade hurdles

    Before upgrading to SQL Server 2005, consider this collection of potential migration hurdles and pitfalls, from parameters that may cause blocking to default settings that are no longer supported in the new DBMS.Continue Reading

  • Top 10 SQL Server security tips

    Password cracking tools and hacking tricks were by far the front runners in our tally of the top 10 SQL Server security tips, thus far for 2006. View all ten tips that have piqued the interest of our audience when it comes to SQL Server security.Continue Reading

  • Upgrading SQL Servers

    Migrating to SQL Server 2005 from SQL Server 2000 is a hefty feat when compared to upgrading from 7.0 to SQL Server 2000. Site expert Adam Machanic shares his advice on upgrading SQL Servers.Continue Reading

  • Configuring Reporting Services components

    Reporting Services components affect overall system performance. Get the basic knowledge of how to use these components in a large report, how to set their properties, and what to turn off so you'll optimize system performance.Continue Reading

  • Reporting Services: Options and components to consider

    Reporting Services components affect overall system performance. Get the basic knowledge of how to use these components, how to set their properties, and what to turn off so you'll optimize system performance.Continue Reading

  • Optimizing Report Performance

    To optimize your report performance, you'll need to know the right tools, and how to do things like create a performance log and tune your reporting solution. This book chapter highlights the importance of optimizing the peformance of your reporting...Continue Reading

  • Monitoring report server performance

    Performance monitoring tools can follow server performance and gather data to help you determine whether the current system configuration is adequate. Microsoft Windows Server operating systems provides the folliwng performance tools: Task Manager, ...Continue Reading

  • Using Performance console

    Performance console monitors specific performance counters enabling you to estimate system requirements, create a performance baseline, monitor application performance, and measure whether hardware upgrades and other changes to your system have the...Continue Reading

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