Before vs. After Perf Tuning Report #7 – 7,039% improvement

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Before vs. After Perf Tuning Report #5 – 938,757% improvement and a new record!

Before vs. After Perf Tuning Report #5 – 938,757% improvement Report Report #5… and a new tuning record! We do a lot of performance tuning of slow SQL Server code. In this example I will show you how we set our personal best record so far! 938,757% improvement in stored procedure performance! Improvements achieved: CPU

Before vs. After Perf Tuning Report #3 – 877% improvement

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Before vs. After Perf Tuning Report #2 – 67,871% gain

Before vs. After Perf Tuning Report #2 – 67,871% improvement Real example #2 Today I am sharing another MS SQL Performance tuning report from recent tuning. After making couple of small tweaks to the SQL Server stored procedure we were able to get few improvement: Run time duration improved by: 10,788% CPU improved by: 10,903% Disk

Before vs. After Perf Tuning Report #1 – 846% improvement​

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