Wednesday, November 11, 2009

A Guide to Consolidating SQL Server Data Warehouses

Consolidation of SQL Server instances and databases has become a common practice over the past few years. In most environments, this consolidation focuses on application-based databases that generally support OLTP workloads. But you should consider a completely different type of SQL Server use for consolidation: a data warehouse. With SQL Server, a data warehouse typically includes Analysis Services, but it usually has significant relational components as well.

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