Below you will learn everything you need about SQL Server Consulting (even if you don’t choose to go with us):
Use this when your SQL Server is on fire, down or won’t start. We will work on the issue for as long as is needed. We are able to fix the majority of possible issues within hours.
Use this when your SQL Server is too slow or you simply wish it ran faster. This can be done in three major ways:
This is a ‘catch all’ service. We can’t list every single project we can take. The best time to use this option is when you need ongoing SQL DBA services for a larger project that will take more than a week to complete.
If we can set a project scope and provide an exact price – we will.
If not, then we will bill hourly.
When hourly billing is used, we have pricing tiers. They start to kick in when larger blocks of hours are being purchased (such as 80+ per month).
We suggest you do this:
Still not ready? Or still don’t trust us or have a nagging worry about who will be touching your production database? You don’t know how many databases we dropped in the past, or how many clusters we set on fire, after all. Test us on a small consulting engagement. Trusting someone you have never seen with your PROD db is a bit…irresponsible. We get it.
Let’s get on the call and we willl walk you through how we will keep your database safe, and answer any question you have.
Even if you don’t hire us (not a typo)!
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The breadth and depth of knowledge of the Microsoft SQL Database platform and ancillary technology stack that Mark brought, has already yielded some very impressive results from both a physical and logical architecture perspective.
Mark was able to quickly identify and fix several SQL performance issues we had been struggling to trace for several weeks. Additionally, he made several other recommendations and configuration changes that had a significant positive impact on database performance.
After a weekend of work, the customer realized a 60% decrease in CPU utilization as a direct result of Mark's work.
He has mastered the understanding of complex, heavy load TSQL transactions. When tuning, database structure, indexes, stored procedure, best practices, up-time, and smooth performance are all important, Mark is the type of DBA who truly knows how to keep these high standards.