Tag Archives: Performance

Lack of Memory

I was reading Brent’s look at “normal memory” for his SQL ConstantCare® clients. It’s a look at some stats from quite a few servers that customers have set up and he is monitoring. Since most of us only have a limited set … Continue reading

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More Query Tuning?

This is probably a topic near and dear to the hearts of Grant, Brent, Paul #2 (White), and plenty other more well known speakers in the #sqlfamily community that often present on the topic of writing more efficient code. They do a fantastic job … Continue reading

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SQL Server Tuning Skills

Performance tuning a SQL Server instance, database, or even query is a skill that most of us could improve. In fact, I see that the query performance presentations are often the most popular learning items at any event. I’ve seen … Continue reading

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We Need DevOps for Performance

I read this nice piece on CosmosDB and setting performance levels. It covers how you set some level of performance for Request Units (RU) and CosmosDB handles the rest. Great, right? Set the level of performance you need and that gets handled. The … Continue reading

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