SQL Server database design disasters: How it all starts

Many businesses are running SQL Server databases in deplorable conditions. SQL Server architect Brian Walker explains how there's a snowball affect leading to these poorly performing databases and often starts with seemingly innocent Access database migrations. He also points out how a DBA's responsibilities have become murky. This is part 2 in this series from Walker who was inspired by what he recently found in some SQL Server shops. Ultimately, he shares advice for improved database design -- and SQL Server performance.

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