Businesses today are more data reliant than ever before. Keeping that information readily accessible—but also secured against a data breach—is of the utmost importance. But, hiring and retaining the IT staff necessary to service your database can be a huge expense. Plus, keeping up with the latest technical innovations, regulations and cyber security threats can be a challenge.
Performance optimization is an iterative process. Removing the first bottleneck may not give desired improvements because another bottleneck might be revealed that may affect the performance. As this process is iterative, few investigations may have less impact on system performance. It actually takes time and experience to effectively pinpoint critical bottlenecks.
By eliminating resource conflicts, systems could be made scalable to the levels required by any enterprise. Hence, improved performance should be measured in terms of business goals rather than system statistics.