SQLAuthority News – Risk and Health Assessment Program for Microsoft SQL Server – Scoping Tool v1.1

Note :   Download Risk and Health Assessment Utility by Microsoft

Risk and Health Assessment Program for Microsoft SQL Server – Scoping Tool v1.1 is a practical download package intended exclusively for Microsoft Premier Customers. This package paraphernalia includes all the scoping tools required to prepare and qualify your environment to receive a Risk and Health Assessment Program for Microsoft SQL Server.

Getting started with it is very easy. First, extract the Scoping Tool zip package to the tools server that will be used during the RAP engagement. Next, refer to Instructions.txt in the Scoping Tool folder for exhaustive instructions on executing the tool and gathering the results.

Phases of the Risk and Health Assessment Program for Microsoft SQL Server
Phase 1: Data Gathering
Phase 2: Data Analysis
Phase 3: Reporting and Knowledge Transfer

Key Benefits of the Assessment Approach

  • Maintain Optimum Efficiency
  • Reduce Support Costs
  • Maximize the Value of Your IT Investment
  • Enhance Business Confidence

Download Risk and Health Assessment Utility

Abstract courtesy : Microsoft

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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2 thoughts on “SQLAuthority News – Risk and Health Assessment Program for Microsoft SQL Server – Scoping Tool v1.1

  1. Pinal,

    Unless you already have a SQLRAP scheduled with Microsoft through your TAM, the scoping tool isn’t really useful. It just pulls basic configuration information from your server to be sent to your TAM to ensure that your environment configuration will allow the PFE to perform a SQLRAP when they arrive. The report will point out any changes that will be required ahead of the PFE’s arrival to ensure that the SQLRAP data gathering can be completed in the time allotted.

    Now if you’ve never had a SQLRAP performed I’d highly recommend it. You will walk away from it with more information than you ever thought possible and a new way of looking at your SQL Servers from Microsoft recommended Best Practice standpoints.

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