Reporting Services Performance and Scalability Technical Notes

Over the next few months, I will be publishing a series of technical notes on sqlcat.com that provide guidance on how to build and deploy large scale SQL Server Reporting Services environments.  This series provides general guidance on how to set up, implement, and optimize an enterprise scale-out architecture for your SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) environment; these notes provide guidance for both SQL Server 2005 and 2008 Reporting Services.
 
  • Report Catalog Best Practices: Provides guidance and best practices on the report server catalogs—the underlying databases that provide metadata (parameters, snapshots, history, etc.) used by Reporting Services to provide your reports.
  • SSRS Scale-Out Deployment Best Practices: Provides guidance and best practices on deployment details for scaling out your Reporting Services environment including configurations and the use of File System snapshots.
  • SSRS Performance Optimization Configurations [link provided when published]: Provides guidance and best practices on using specific Reporting Services features and configurations to optimize the performance of your Reporting Services environment.
  • SSRS Troubleshooting Tips [link provided when published]: Provides various troubleshooting tips that are helpful to better understand issues that may occur within your Reporting Services environment

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