All of the servers which have Microsoft SQL Server installed are set up with different forms of RAID in order to gain redundancy and performance. This is needed because all the clients report back a large amount of data to the site, depending on what features are enabled in the client policy.
For instance, some examples of what the clients might report back to the site and the database are as follows:
And depending on the information and the schedule this might result in a large amount of data.
But let us delve into the different forms of RAID and how it can give us better performance and redundancy for our database server. The whole purpose of ...