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Best Practices for running MS SQL Server on Dell EMC XtremIO X2 White Paper

In today’s information age, businesses are increasingly relying on data for decision making. Business needs are driving rapid growth of data. At the same time, IT departments across organizations are being challenged to increase efficiency and improve services.

Microsoft SQL Server is the core database engine supporting many business-critical applications. Storage is a key component to the successful design, deployment, and optimization of a SQL Server environment. An effective storage subsystem is not only crucial to delivering fast application response time, but it also affects the availability and efficiency of the database.

The DELL EMC XtremIO X2 all-flash storage array effectively addresses the needs of modern database applications. XtremIO delivers impressive high IOPS, ultra-wide bandwidth, and consistent sub-millisecond latency for databases of all sizes, thus providing an ideal storage platform for running online transaction processing (OLTP), online analytical processing (OLAP), or mixed workloads. XtremIO built-in storage efficiency and integrated copy data management features bring new levels efficiency, agility, and availability to SQL Server database lifecycle management.

This white paper discusses:

  • XtremIO X2 features, and added value for SQL Server
  • Use case scenarios for using XtremIO X2 features to enhance SQL Server application lifecycle management, and increase productivity for database administrators, and Business Intelligence teams
  • SQL Server on XtremIO X2 deployment considerations and best practices

To download the full white paper, please click the link screenshot below

Also, if you want to watch a recording of OLTP workloads running on a single ! X-Brick, see the demo below

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