With the cost of solid state disks (SSDs) going down, many organizations are considering using them. When you use SSDs, you need to change the way you think about designing storage for production SQL Server servers. SSDs use the same basic configurations for storage that you've always used, such as separate disks for data files, transaction logs, and tempdb; RAID 5 for the databases; and RAID 10 for the transaction logs and tempdb. However, you don't necessarily need to use the ...
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