Posted by: Denny Cherry
SQL Server, Top 10
When we think about the cost of the query we typically think about the cost which SQL Server assigns to execute the query. However when we look at performance tuning queries there is another cost that we need to think about. This additional cost is the cost to the company while the query is...
This is the standard requirement that I get from a lot of clients. Sadly those three requests aren't going to go well together. In IT (and really in anything) you have to pick two: