New Book Explores How to Determine Your Hardware Requirements for SQL Server
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A new book, SQL Server Hardware, tells you what you need to know about your hardware before you create your database. The book by Most Valued Professional Glenn Berry of Newsgator describes how you can determine your hardware requirements for SQL Server.
Glenn shares his expertise gained at Newsgator with ISV Architect Evangelist Bruce Kyle. Glenn's book, SQL Server Hardware from Simple Talk Press provides the fundamental knowledge and resources you need to make intelligent decisions about choice, and optimal installation and configuration, of SQL Server hardware, operating system and SQL Server.
Glenn provides a few tips from his book in this video.
You find out more about the book on Amazon. See SQL Server Hardware.
Glenn Berry's SQL Server Performance is one of the best resources for SQL Server tips and tricks. He blogs daily exploring both the hardware and software sides of SQL.
Follow Glenn on Twitter at @GlennAlanBerry.
See his interview with John O'Donnell at Talking with NewsGator at PDC 2009.
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