Disk I/O can be a significant performance bottleneck for SQL Server. And when disk I/O is the suspected culprit, the first thought is to purchase more storage. But expensive hardware upgrades don’t necessarily ensure a faster database. So how do you determine how much disk I/O is contributing to poor performance? How can you assess the performance of a specific workload on different types of storage? And how do you decide which infrastructure design is best for a specific storage solution?
Please join database performance experts and SolarWinds Product Managers, Brian Flynn and Kathy Gibbs, for this live event to learn the fundamentals of SQL Server storage and how it impacts SQL Server performance.