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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Why upgrade to SQL Server 2008 with DAX 2009?

So some of you may be wondering, why should we be pushing Dynamics AX 2009 on SQL Server 2008? What would be the big gain of moving from SQL Serve 2005 to SQL Server 2008 or even from SQL Server 2000?

Well one of the biggest reasons for clients, is if they have already a Dynamics AX install base, with a database that keeps growing and growing.

In SQL Server 2008, they will gain performance but also have the ability to compress their database by 40-60%, and still keep those performance gains! This was benchmarked some time back and recently again via Microsoft information.

So for those wondering, yes there is a very great reason, well several: Performance and Compress, just to start.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Hans Kruiniger said...

OK so there's motive. But last I heard, DAAX2009 isn't certified for SQL 2008 yet?

11:21 AM  
Blogger brandon said...

Hans,

First thanks for reading... and this is listed by Microsoft as a possible valid choice of Database for Dynamics AX 2009, and even Dynamics AX 4.0 SP2.

As far as actually being certified, I think January 2009 is when both DAX 4.0 SP2 and 2009 will be considered Certified.

thanks again!

12:42 PM  

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