If you install a SQL Server instance by just clicking
Next->Next->Next, it will be set up with a default configuration, which
is pretty good for many environments. But this doesn’t mean that it is good for
your environment. Some of the default configurations in SQL Server are
actually not optimal. Some might be optimal for one environment, but not for
another. And there are many recommended configurations that aren’t even part of
the setup process.

In this session, we will present a recipe for installing SQL Server
the right way (not the Next->Next->Next way). This recipe includes many
recommendations for better performance, availability, security and
manageability. We will explain and demonstrate each recommendation. By the end
of the session, you will have a list of recommendations to apply to your
existing as well as new SQL Server instances.
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