Always truncate your staging environment in a database

Often when we are met by customers struggling with performance, we see staging environments that are existing more or less as an archive or a copy of the source. Its uncertain why a staging environment is so often handled this way, but it may be a misunderstanding originating from some non-technical reference books like “Kimball’sContinue reading “Always truncate your staging environment in a database”

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