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where to install the new warehouse SQL Server?


where to install the new warehouse SQL Server?

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I’m starting to build the DM design for BI data warehouse; I have two SQL server 2008 databases that will create the ETL to read from them what is the best physical structure I should consider? Should I create the new database warehouse on the same source database server? or should I install new SQL server instance for the warehouse database ? Or should I install MS SQL Server 2008 on the same server where my BI server is and create the database there? Which choice will be better for ETL best performance?
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Your question isn't entirely clear for me.
How many servers do you have?
What is the "BI server"?


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