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Marketing server and DB (Oracle) - In house in client premises.
Data is getting loaded for multiple Business units.
For better performance of database, client is looking for partitioning of database.
What are the best practices that can be suggested to clients for partitioning.
Would there be any change at Adobe Campaign application level (any changes to existing workflows or queries) if the database is partitioned?
Please help with pointers.
You go through below links to know more on best practices.
Adobe Campaign Classic data model best practices
Best practices for performance improvement on Campaign Classic
DB partitions is something at DB level and I do not think you need to change anything at campaign level.