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Reducing time and costs while building highly available system
Developing Always On Availability Group checklist with reduced configuration time and costs
11 Sep 2017

One of America’s largest transportation authorities was running the mission-critical system on SQL Server platform and any down times could harmfully impact millions of citizens. So, they contacted DB Best to help them modernize their system. We advised them to implement high availability and disaster recovery solutions to keep their system running without interruptions. To meet the customer’s needs, we performed technical support and delivered detailed instructions and automated scripts to implement the highly available architecture in compliance with Always […]

Performing a comprehensive SQL Server Database Health Check
Getting the most out of a comprehensive database health check for SQL Server
22 Aug 2017

One of our public sector customers was using a distributed SQL Server 2016 database system and was considering an upgrade to unite the servers in one data center, or even a move to the cloud. We helped them by using our DBMSys Platform to perform the overall database health check. As part of the database health check, we found several high priority issues which required immediate actions. In addition, we provided the customer with detailed information on their existing database […]

Taking advantage of Always On Availability Groups while upgrading your SQL Server
12 Jun 2017

One of the largest US national credit unions needed to upgrade their obsolete SQL Server database to take advantage of the latest Always On Availability Groups offerings. We came up with a database upgrade solution that included re-architecting of the customer’s applications. In the end, our customer started using a truly high availability database system while improving its failover features. Learn more about the technical issues of this upgrade project from the following video.

So, what’s your Data Strategy?
09 Mar 2015

Introduction Working with customers over the past many years, the question of Data Architecture and Data Strategy has come up a lot. ‘What should my data strategy be?’ or ‘How do I go around creating a Data Strategy or a Data Architecture and what are some of the critical elements of a Data Architecture?’ Let me address some of those questions and the importance of having a well-defined Data Strategy and a Data Architecture. First and foremost, why do you […]