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Replication Services in a BI environment

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Published Thursday, February 24, 2011 4:13 PM by jorg

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Ted said:

I'm currently doing this now with Transactional Replication, and have been for a while.  There are some minor issues to grapple with, but for the most part this is a very good workable solution.

I also keep a 'dev' reporting database up to date using the exact same publications.

One thing to keep your eyes on is the performance of the replication and latency during your peek reporting demands.  If the intention of this replicated database is to be near real time having bad queries lock/block and tie up the database will slow down replication.

I have tweaked and fiddled and am finally happy with my installation and monitoring of the replication subsystems.  

February 24, 2011 11:00 AM

Jorg Klein said:

In my last blog post I explained the principles of Replication Services and the possibilities it offers

March 12, 2011 5:42 AM

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