Hire one of our SQL Server consultants
When you want to create a database, you have a few options. You can build it manually, or you can automate it using a SQL Server utility. While automation is the preferred method, manual creation of databases is still an option. SQL Server Management Studio or SQL Server Data Tools are the preferred tools for creating a database. They both allow you to create a database on your server and to populate it with tables.
What to ask before hiring a consultant
Every year, thousands of companies ask us to help them with their database problems. The ones that succeed are the ones that ask the right questions up front. Before you start asking around for help with your SQL Server database, make sure you’ve covered the following. Key Questions to ask your SQL consultant:
1. What kind of support do you provide?
2. Where is your office?
3. How many years of experience do you have?
4. Who will be working on my project? 5. What is your process?
What is SQL Server
SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft. It is one of the most popular database servers in the world, and is often used as a back-end to many web applications. It is designed to handle both small and large scale data storage and retrieval tasks and is one of the most powerful options available to businesses that need to store large amounts of data.
How SQL Server works with other programs
It’s becoming more commonplace for companies to have two or more databases working together. Having multiple databases can make it easier to “divide and conquer” your data rather than having to load everything into a monolithic database. For example, you might have a database for your customers and a separate database for your inventory. Blog Content By using the Transpose function, you can simply change the order of your columns to change the order in which your query results are displayed. If you want to get really fancy, you can use the Transpose function to change the order of your columns in a query, and then sort by the new column that you have created. This way you can sort your columns in either ascending or descending order
SQL Server Health Checks
We’ll help you get an understanding of how your SQL Server is setup and configured. We’ll then make some recommendations/suggestions on changes that would help improve the running of your SQL Server and databases, be it disaster recovery, security or performance.
Database Performance Tuning
SQL Server database slow? We can help to identify and assess performance bottlenecks and through our optimisation routines help you make your SQL Servers databases run faster, delivering faster application performance to your end users.
SQL Server Architecture
We will help you design SQL Server solutions that meet your business needs. We can help you to setup SQL Server to run successfully on a virtual platform alongside VMWare or Hyper-V.
SQL Server in the Cloud
Choosing the right platform can be confusing, choosing the the right service model (e.g. IAAS, Infrastructure as a Service or PaaS, Platform as a Service – If these mean nothing to you, we’ll explain in simple English) equally so. We’ll help you make an informed decision about what if you should move to the Cloud and which options best suits your needs.
Remote DBA Services
Don’t want to hire a full-time DBA to get full-time database support? At Real Code, our SQL Server specialists offer every client a comprehensive array of services and solutions to keep your business at its best. Innovative, proactive, and reliable, we tailor our support to your solution.
Full Range of Remote DBA consulting services We offer on-call DBA support, optimal technology performance tuning, unrivalled commercial and technical expertise, and much more. The Real Code team works closely with you to understand your priorities, explore your options, and provide you with the best solutions to suit your budget and business goals and resolve performance issues your systems may be experiencing.
SQL server Performance Health Check
This is typically an ‘eye opener’ The SQL Server Health Check is a narrative report that points out problem areas that affect the overall performance of your database system, the operations and execution calls behind them, and the pattern and the behavior of your database system’s activity within minutes.
This is typically an ‘eye opener’ and over 90% of our clients would say that it was money well spent.
When running a SQL Server, it is important to keep it in good shape. There are logs to keep an eye on, settings to change, indexes to build, tasks to automate, and many other things. In this article, we’re going to walk through one of the most important things you can do to keep SQL Server running well: monitoring performance. SQL Server has a few built-in system views you can use to get a sense of how your server is doing, but they’re hard to monitor continuously. And there are some good third-party tools you can use, too. While there are many third-party tools out there for monitoring SQL Server, some are more powerful and more flexible than others.
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