troubleshooting Question

Letting others to use my SQL Server and DBs

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Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2008AWS
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Hello experts,

I need some guidance and ideas about how to efficiently open my SQL Server data to be used by other people/teams. I have heavy read/write on my SQL Server as a part of the operational routine but that data is also required to be read (and used for reporting) frequently by others.

Any suggestions how I can address that?

I am thinking of in the lines of limiting transactions per one user, limiting concurrent connections for that login or at all possible, reject query requests based on real time statistics of my server (like high I/O, high CPU/RAM Usage, etc) Any of those ideas possible?

What is the best practice?

Thanks in advance
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