One of the leading US agricultural suppliers wanted to upgrade their SQL Server system in order to reduce their overall SQL Server licensing expenses. We performed a thorough financial and technical analysis of their existing OLTP and BI/OLAP database system, and provided a number of optimization suggestions. In addition, we delivered a modernization roadmap to give the customer an idea of potential future plans. Discover how we approached this project from the following video. Complex customer’s system Before our customer […]
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A leading provider of engineering software has a popular application deployed at thousands of customer locations. They have a plan in place to rearchitect the solution in a couple of years to use a modern application architecture with a SQL Server backend. The problem they faced was that the application used the Microsoft Access 97 Jet database engine. New customers who tried to deploy the solution on newer versions of the operating system were blocked from being able to install […]
A major Health Department was running a data system that has been expanding over the years. Eventually, they ended up with a highly outdated and inefficient environment with thousands of Microsoft Access and SQL Server databases. Such an outdated system presents a number of risks such as performance, scalability, manageability, security issues and frequent database corruptions. This leads to revenue losses because of poor performance. Moreover, such environments are usually not cost-effective with increased operating expenses due to a great […]
A major American provider of global eCommerce solutions was looking for a way to upgrade their extensive data processing system. We provided them with visibility into their system and built cost-effective and highly optimized modernization roadmap using our DBMSys Platform. Using our detailed instructions they can substantially cut the upgrade expenses and take advantage of their workloads migration to Azure along with benefits from virtualization and consolidation options.
DBMSys is a lightweight tool designed by DB Best specifically around collecting data from multiple environments to help develop a business case for a modernization to upgrade path. The Microsoft MAP Toolkit is good for scanning systems and providing a snapshot of some system metrics, but doesn’t provide data over time to understand peak workload requirements and storage capacity needs. DBMSys turns monitoring on its head. Not only does DBMSys help with monitoring your environment for capacity needs, it provides […]