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  • SQL Server memory configurations for procedure cache and buffer cache

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  • Five tips to avoid a performance bottleneck or other SQL Server snares

    Basit Farooq provides five tips for SQL Server users, from avoiding a hardware performance bottleneck to dealing with database design.

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  • Find and fix SQL Server resource draining queries

    Finding and fixing SQL Server resource draining queries, from cursors to table scans, is explained by expert Jeremy Kadlec.

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  • SQL Server query design: 10 mistakes to avoid

    SQL Server queries should guide you toward successful, trouble-free data retrieval. Edgewood Solutions' Jeremy Kadlec has put together a Top 10 list of query design mistakes to avoid, including testing in unrealistic environments and misuse of SELECT statements.

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  • Top 5 SQL Server query tips

    SQL Server queries should guide you toward successful, trouble-free data retrieval. Our SQL Server experts have written tips on troubleshooting queries, to tips on how to run queries in Analysis Services. We've compiled a Top 5 list according to your searches. This collection of tips will provide...

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  • Tracking query execution with SQL Server 2005 Profiler

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  • Troubleshoot SQL Server queries and improve I/O

    SQL Server performance success often relies on I/O activity. Edgewood Solutions' Jeremy Kadlec first takes you through the steps applying Performance Monitor to troubleshoot I/O problems. A poorly designed query could be the culprit. Kadlec walks you through query identification, corrective action...

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  • Storage area network (SAN) basics every SQL Server DBA must know

    Storage area networks mean better management and improved performance for your SQL Server environment – but only if people in charge understand them. In this tip, SQL Server expert Denny Cherry explains concepts such as the importance of selecting your RAID level and storage tiers and he also...

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  • How will you use the new T-SQL enhancements for SQL Server 2016?

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