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Ten Guidelines For Database Performance

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That’s what we often tell our clients. If you build a database properly, performance will be fast for 80% of applications. The remaining 20% are outside the scope of this article – they have complex issues such as large schema, massive data, multi-user contention, and intricate logic.

Here are ten guidelines that developers can use to obtain good database performance. The guidelines apply to the day-to-day operational systems that run on a relational database.

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