How To Boost SQL Performance

Learn How to Fix the 2 Silent Killers of SQL Speed

Slow SQL queries and laggy applications cause user complaints faster than you can say SQL server! You can be proactive and dramatically boost SQL performance without new hardware and no code changes.

Maybe you have invested in all-flash, but it’s still not fast enough. It’s not something that you are doing wrong, but I/O inefficiencies in Windows that need to be addressed at the source.

Join on demand as our experts walk through the 2 silent killers of SQL speed & how to fix them.
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
  • How to double throughput and reduce latency by solving the root cause problem
  • Never upgrade your storage backend for performance reasons ever again
  • See before-and-after performance reporting to validate performance gains from throughput acceleration software
More resources to improve SQL Performance

Article: 6 Best Practices to Improve SQL Query Performance

Case Study: University of Illinois Doubles SQL and Oracle Performance on Flash Arrays

Article: Thinking Outside the Box – How to Dramatically Improve SQL Performance, Part 1

Article: SQL Server Database Performance

Webinar: MSSQLtips Webinar: SQL Server on VMWare Performance Optimization

Webinar: MSSQLtips Webinar: Improving SQL Server Virtual Machine Storage Performance

Certification: Condusiv Certification of Microsoft SQL Server I/O Reliability

In a testament to Condusiv’s longstanding 20+ year relationship with Microsoft as a Gold Partner and provider of technologies to Microsoft over the years, Condusiv became the first software vendor awarded the stringent certification of MS-SQL Server I/O Reliability joining a very short list containing the likes of Dell / EMC, IBM, and HPE.

Do Your SQL Servers Have an I/O Performance Problem?

Find out by running the free Condusiv I/O Assessment Tool. It gathers 11 key performance metrics and performs statistical analyzes looking for potential problems. It then displays these metrics to help you understand where potential bottlenecks might be.

Download it here