Functionally, WSS 3.0 sites will work similarly on both Windows 2003 Server - Standard and Enterprise Editions. What would be the reasons for choosing one over the other?
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My current version of SQL server is Microsoft SQL Server 2005 - 9.00.4035.00 (Intel X86) Nov 24 2008 13:01:59 Copyright (c) 1988-2005 Microsoft Corporation Standard Edition on Windows NT 5.2 (Build 3790: Service Pack 2)
I want to upgrade this to Enterprise edition. I would like to know the below information please
Any help and guidance is truly appericiated. Thanks.
We moved our databases to new hardware today (using copy database wizard)
The new hardware should be better than the old one.
We went from 28 GB ram to 128 GB.
We went from 16 cores to 32 cores (with even more cache etc.). We also moved from external SAN with 40 disks to intern disks (8
Samsung SS805 100gb ssd slc)
According to our own metrics we could get twice the IO using IO m
sql serve 2005 enterprise edition is required to work with microsoft enterprise blocks
The knowledge worker is greatly empowered if she is able to access information across the enterprise from a central access point. With the SharePoint Portal Server 2001 Search Service you can catalogue information stored in Exchange public folders, on the Web, in the file system, and even in Lotus Notes databases. This article discusses the use of ActiveX Data Objects and the Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol for creating search solutions based on SharePoint Portal Server 2001.
MSDN Magazine April 2002
I am modifying an existing application that uses SQL Server 2008 as the database and Enterprise Library 4.1 for Data Access .
What I need to do is to make it use the SQL Server 2008 R2 client to take advantage of out of the box failover capabilities.
Any idea how I can accomplish this?