Elementary errors in the manner of base management, performance tuning and current maintenance constitute the most frequent reason for gradual decline in the performance of SAP and MS SQL Server. Here, the first element appears which should be treated globally: environmental hygiene. Dependencies between Windows Server and Microsoft SQL Server constitute a basic and indivisible whole. Both elements are inseparable and mutually affect each other. It is unacceptable to treat the operational system as untouchable, as it results in a (wrong) belief that a stable system should not be moved. The same applies to the Microsoft SQL Server base, which – if not updated during its operation – will become inefficient, encumbered with errors, and with time begin to cause problems. Summing up, the first condition of efficient operation is upgrading.
It is worth paying attention to several factors that directly affect administrators’ decisions regarding relevant updates of the Microsoft SQL Server base. In particular, they include:
- compliance of the Microsoft SQL Server version with PAM (Product Availability Matrix),
- frequency of ...
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