Updating views sql server
I will also explain why this particular item is important and make any notes about version or usage as necessary. The criticality of each one of these depends on your particular environment so I will leave that to you as a DBA to decide which ones should have a higher priority. Suddenly the DBA is left with multiple TBs and all on a single PRIMARY filegroup.
On the other hand, if you already know that your database has a goal of growing to multiple TBs then you should design it from the ground up to have multiple filegroups.
A common thread along those comments is people asking me “OK, I understand all these are very important but I don’t have time/resources/budget to get all these done, so where do I start? To answer this particular question I created this Top 10 of Must-Do Items for your SQL Server Very Large Database.
I’m going to be outlining the practices that in my experience have given my clients the biggest benefits when working with their Very Large Databases. Use Multiple Filegroups A lot of times a VLDB will start in life like any other small database and keep growing and growing over time.
I've chosen 5 common challenges that I face every day with Cloud migrations and that you'll face in your Cloud BI projects....
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Linked servers are often-untapped resources that let you use distributed queries to query any server as if it were local.
I started this policy a while ago, and so far, I have not heard any complaints.