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    What is tiered storage and how can I use it in my environment?

    Tiered storage (which you may have seen me talk about at the SQL PASS summit, SSWUG, user groups, SQL Saturday's, etc.) is a technique that storage administrators use which in a nutshell puts the most needed data on the fastest (and most expensive) storage available while data which doesn't need such high response times is put on to slower (and cheaper) storage....More
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