An evolution in perftune content

IT Pros love acronyms and jargon because of the efficiency they bring to comms (communications). Perftune is the jargon for performance tuning, which is also sometimes called


…because the brutally honest and technically correct answer to the question is “it depends.” Your specific hardware, network and workload characteristics are all complex variables that make the test matrix for optimization unmanageably large.


Consequently, most content creators either make the highest level recommendations possible, such as “Step 1. Update all drivers and software”, or, they pick one combination of hardware, network and workload constraints and deep dive on that.

Wouldn’t it be great if there was one web resource that brought together all the best practice advice and resources on perftuning, that was updateable with new information and not-yet-covered stacks and scenarios?

I give you the TechNet wiki topic SQL Server Performance Survival Guide.


Check it out. Let us know what you think, leave comments on this blog post and feel free to add to the wiki topic,. It is the wiki way! 

Check out the other Wiki Survival Guides.

Comments (3)

  1. Ha! Great images! The can of worms took me a moment. =^)

  2. aw says:

    hai, I just want to tell you that I am just very new to blogs and seriously loved this website. More than likely I’m planning to bookmark your blog post .
    You amazingly come with really good posts. Thanks a lot for sharing your blog Microsoft.

Skip to main content