SQL Server Resource Governor
Having sufficient memory and scheduler resources available is of paramount importance in having a system that runs well. Although SQL Server and the SQLOS have many built-in algorithms to distribute these resources equitably, you often understand your resource needs better than the SQL Server Database Engine does. This is where the Resource Governor comes in handy.
Resource Governor overview
SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition introduced an interface for assigning scheduler and memory resources to groups of processes based on your determination of their needs. This interface—still available only in Enterprise Edition in SQL Server 2012—is called the Resource Governor and has the following goals.
It allows monitoring of ...