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Before you get started, it’s key that you identify the business applications that need to benefit from performance in order to provide a better service, better products and/or optimize operations. From then on, it is vital that you clearly specify the criteria needed in a database and define a complete set of benchmark requirements. Knowing this information upfront is imperative before evaluating the offerings various vendors have out there.
Once the criteria are set, you should also establish a solid team who will conduct the research. And that team should include representatives from different business units.