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 Author Samuel Betts  Views 1526 View Original Article

Hot on the heels of the last analysis showing the performance hit for a synchronous SQL Server AlwaysOn cluster, re-running the same tests show a distinct performance boost when asynchronous commits are used. In fact it’s nearly the same as standalone at that point, which makes sense as DB updates aren’t restricted to needing confirmation of a commit on the 2nd node before completing. Here are the new numbers. Test Standalone …
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