SQL Server on a Diet: Slimming Down Your Bloated Database

Does your database need to lose some "weight"?

January is a great time to go on a diet and work on dropping some of those extra holiday pounds.

Any month is a good time to help your SQL Server database lose a little “weight,” as bloat happens. “Bloat” refers to when a database’s size becomes significantly larger than necessary, primarily due to the accumulation of unnecessary data or inefficient use of storage space. This can happen over time as data is added, modified, or deleted within the database.

In this webinar, Senior Consultant Rich Benner examines the primary causes of database bloat and how you can slim down your SQL Server instances … and enjoy a performance boost (not to mention freeing up more storage space).