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Planning for Deployment

SQL Server 2000

Deploying a Reporting Services in a production environment requires an assessment of user requirements, the volume of report activity that you need to support, and an understanding of how the server and reports will be accessed. Once you know the objectives that your Reporting Services installation must support, you can make decisions about deployment models and the amount of disk space that you must allocate to the report server database. To simplify the deployment process, this section provides checklists that describe the sequence of tasks that must be performed in order to complete a deployment. This section also contains information for users who are planning to deploy Reporting Services in a multilingual environment.

The following table describes the topics in this section.

Topic Description
Standard Deployment Model Describes a deployment model that puts components on a single server.
Enterprise Deployment Model Describes scale-out strategies for distributing components across multiple servers and how to join multiple report servers into a single Web farm. It also includes a brief section about configuring a report server for Internet access.
Report Server Database Requirements Describes the factors that contribute to database size requirements.
Server Deployment Checklist Provides a list of ordered tasks that you can follow to deploy components.
Report Deployment Checklist Provides a list of ordered tasks that you can follow to deploy reports.
Deploying Reporting Services in a Global Environment Explains how Reporting Services components respond to locale and culture settings.

See Also

Deploying and Administering Reporting Services Components

Deployment and Administration Tools

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