Configuring The Model Database

Monica Rathbun explains why you might want to configure your model database:

Top (in no particular order) Settings I have Implemented Through Model

  • Default Growth Settings

  • Query Store Settings

  • Recovery Models

  • Read Committed Snapshot Isolation

  • Allow Snapshot Isolation

  • Auto Update Statistics Asynchronously

  • Compatibility Levels

Click through for more information and to see how to make some of these changes.

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