Whether you are running in an on-premises or cloud environment, your virtualized storage may not have the performance needed to support your user base. Don’t be misled, there are options in SQL Server, Windows, and your infrastructure beyond upgrading your SAN or hardware to improve your performance.
- Understand the two I/O taxes on a SQL system and how they steal performance
- How small, fractured, random I/O characteristics occur and rob performance
- Proper configuration of your VM storage adapters for database workloads
- SQL Server best practices and settings for virtual machines