Session 2: Optimizing SQL Server Performance in a Virtual Environment

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Running Time: 60 minutes | In this session, we'll look over what you should look at within your virtual environment to ensure you are getting proper performance. This will include how to look for CPU performance issues at the host level. We'll also discuss the Memory Balloon drivers – what they do, how you should configure them, and why. We'll discuss memory sharing technologies, which are built into vSphere and Hyper-V, and how they relate to SQL Server. Then we'll will finish with some ...

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Database  virtualization is a powerful tool for IT departments and can help prevent server sprawl and even save money. In this new training course, you will learn whether or not virtualization is right for your database and how to get the most from your virtualized SQL Servers.

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