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SQL Database

Development of New SQL Database

Throughout the 20 something years of our professional experience we have been dealing with only SQL databases. We have an in-depth knowledge of how to design systems to maximize and utilize everything that SQL has to offer. During our initial stages of design, more time is spent on the SQL database than anywhere else, to ensure that your system is running at its optimum from day one and keeps its performance at a peak level throughout its lifetime by running our own custom proprietary scripts every night to clean and defragment the database.


Giving your current SQL Database a Tune-Up

Have you ever asked yourself “Why is my current system so slow?” well here is the answer. Think of the database as a file cabinet that everyone has access to. When you first got it, everything was nicely alphabetized and easy to find but as the weeks and months passed the file that should have been under “A” is now filed under “Q” and file “B” is missing entirely making it difficult for you to find what you are looking for. The database works the same way, it files, stores and moves your “files” around constantly so each time you ask it for a “file” it takes a little bit longer. Until the performance goes for milliseconds to minutes.

So, If your current system functions great but is a little sluggish on performance, we can help. We have dealt with hundreds of SQL databases where the performance has gone out the window. Our quick 6 step process will have your application running back at the systems original speed in no time.

Step 1) Make back up of database on a test environment along with the application that uses it

Step 2) Benchmark all of the troubled reports and applications

Step 3) Archive anything that can be archived

Step 4) Run proprietary scripts to clean and defrag the database

Step 5) Understand your applications data retrieval to optimize its indexes

Step 6) Create a window service to run Step 4 nightly to insure the performance stays. (only allowed on un-mirrored servers)

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