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Best Practices Every SQL Server DBA Must Know

Best Practices Every SQL Server DBA Must Know

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Best Practices Every SQL ServerDBA Must Know
Brad M McGeheeSQL Server MVPDirector of DBA EducationRed Gate Software www.bradmcgehee.com 
The World’s Largest Community 
 of SQL Server Professionals
My Assumptions About You
You may be a DBA Administrator or DBA Developer.
You may be a part-time or full-time DBA.
You probably have less than one year’s experience
as a SQL Server DBA, but you are familiar with SQL
Server basics.
If you are an experienced DBA, then you probably are alreadyfamiliar with most of this content. On the other hand, maybeyou may pick up a tip or two, or may be reminded aboutsomething you need to do, but have forgotten about.
What We are Going to Learn Today
A brief explanation why following best practices are
beneficial to you as a DBA.
Common best practices all DBAs should follow.
Our focus today is onwhat to do, not how to do it.
These best practices are just the basics, there is alot more to do andlearn.
These best practices are based on many of thecommon mistakesI seenovice DBAs make.
There are alwaysexceptions to every rule, and not everyrecommendation discussed here may fit your environment.

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