MS Best Practices Analyzer Released

By Bill Graziano on 26 May 2004 | 0 Comments | Tags: General


Microsoft RTM'd the Best Practices Analyzer. Microsoft SQL Server Best Practices Analyzer is a database management tool that lets you verify the implementation of common Best Practices. These best practices typically relate to the usage and administration aspects of SQL Server databases and ensure that your SQL Servers are managed and operated well. Follow the link to MS Best Practices Analyzer Released...

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