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Calculating DTU's for Azure SQL Database


Calculating DTU's for Azure SQL Database

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gana20m - Tuesday, February 13, 2018 9:20 PM
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Good morning, I have an existing Azure Database on the S0 Tiered plan, however I believe that this database is not correctly spec'ed. Is there any way I can get the measurements you talk about in this blog from Azure itself. Regards,

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I liked the article until I read the content of the DTU calculation webpage.
At least the first 2 paragraphs are yours.

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I am sure you have the up time SLA wrong, should it 99.99% ?
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DrMDodd - Wednesday, February 14, 2018 2:42 PM
gana20m - Tuesday, February 13, 2018 9:20 PM
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Good morning, I have an existing Azure Database on the S0 Tiered plan, however I believe that this database is not correctly spec'ed. Is there any way I can get the measurements you talk about in this blog from Azure itself. Regards,

Martin

Dr Dodd - those perfmon counters are from a local SQL Server. S0 is quite low powered ( IMO ) you probably will need to scale up. If this database has come from a local SQL Server then run the tool against that with a representative workload.

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