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Capacity Planning Using Performance Data

Erin Stellato discusses the types of performance data needed to help with capacity planning.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2016/12/22 | Source: | Category: capacity planning
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How Long Before Your Database Runs Out of Space?

Almost all SQL Server databases grow in size over time. Capacity planning is an important activity for the DBA. You need to know how long before you run out of space long before you actually do. Here are some helpful tips and tricks.  Read more...
By John F. Tamburo 2016/06/09 | Source: | Category: capacity planning
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Database Space Capacity Planning

Describes a process to create a consolidated space forecasting report, which focuses on a "days remaining" metric.  Read more...
By Chad Miller 2009/10/13 | Source: | Category: powershell
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Data Compression: Strategy, Capacity Planning and Best Practices

The data compression feature in SQL Server 2008 helps compress the data inside a database, and it can help reduce the size of the database. Apart from the space savings, data compression provides another benefit: Because compressed data is stored in fewer pages, queries need to read fewer pages from the disk, thereby improving the performance of I/O intensive workloads. However, extra CPU resources are required on the database server to compress and decompress the data, while data is exchanged with the application. Therefore, it is important to understand the workload characteristics when deciding which tables to compress.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2009/08/11 | Source: Microsoft MSDN | Category: data compression
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Data Warehouse Capacity Planning as Capacity Enforcement

Capacity planning is a problem for a data warehouse because it sets contrasting functional requirements against each other. On one hand, data warehouse customers consume data warehouse capacity as they query the data in the data warehouse business intelligence (BI) reporting. Meanwhile, applications consume data warehouse capacity as they load data into a data warehouse through the extract, transform and load (ETL) process.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2008/09/19 | Source: DMReview | Category: data warehousing
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Capturing SQL Server 2005 database file size information

It's very important to capture trends of the sizes of your SQL Server 2005 database because it allows you to plan for future space needs, notice types of problems, and plan for time periods of heavy volume. I'll show you the simple method that I use to capture this information.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2008/09/04 | Source: | Category: capacity planning
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Creating Databases

SQL Server makes it very easy for anyone to create a database. However it's worth spending a few minutes thinking about how you plan a database and SQL Server trainer Andy Warren brings us some thoughts on the subject.  Read more...
By Andy Warren 2008/08/27 | Source: | Category: capacity planning
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Monitoring on a Budget

Have you ever been asked for information you couldn't provide because you didn't have an historical monitoring tool? Try this  Read more...
By Bert Carles 2007/11/19 | Source: | Category: monitoring
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