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NOTE: These are not System Center Operations Manager dashboards. The SQL Server 2012 Performance Dashboard Reports are Reporting Services report files designed to be used with the Custom Reports feature of SQL Server Management Studio. Tuning System Center Operations Manager almost always centers around the performance of SQL. These reports provide valuable insight into the performance and health of the OperationsManager and OperationsManagerDW databases. Common performance problems the dashboard reports may help to resolve: CPU bottlenecks (and what queries are consuming the most CPU) IO bottlenecks (and what queries are performing the most IO) Index recommendations generated by the query optimizer (missing indexes) Blocking Latch contention Download Now Figure 1: Summary Figure 2: IO Statistics Connect with Mobieus Solutions: Sign Up Now: Infinity Connected™ Full Feature 30 Day Trial Read our Blog: http://blog.mobieus.com Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MobieusLLC Visit the Support Center: Infinity Connected™ Support Center Let's Talk Shop: 1-800-691-6774 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello folks, I'd love to hear any ideas considering planning storage for SCCM 2012 SP1 heirarchy. I've read this and it gives absolutely no idea on what the IOPS requirement are for SCCM 2012. I wasnt able to find any storage calculators for SCCM either. I understand that IOPS requirements are different depending on a lot of things but there should be some general guide lines? I hope So basicly IOPS, which underlying raid should we use, acceptable queue length. Capacity is not an issue, we have a lot of space, performance may be, thou. So i'd really love to hear something from you guys thanks in advance.