Database administrators tend to focus on database metrics such as
server throughput, transaction per second, storage management, backup and
security. All of these are critical to peak database performance. However, if
the network architecture is not optimized for database and application
performance, the former is meaningless. The following are some ways we assure
peak database performance is delivered to the end user:
1. Examine network capacity to determine if sufficient bandwidth is available.
2. Re-engineer network infrastructure to assure that peak database throughput reaches the end user.
3. Implement packet-shaping technologies to manage network traffic and assure a reliable path for crucial data.
We provide classic DBA functions coupled with advanced network
infrastructure services to provide clients with a comprehensive end-to-end
solution. Supported technologies include Sybase, SQL Server Oracle, DB2 and
Classic DBA functions include hardware selection, database initialization and setup, performance monitoring and tuning, security and user administration, application performance analysis, SQL query analysis, stored procedure analysis, design of distributed database services and data warehouse architecture and reporting services.
Advanced network infrastructure services include a comprehensive network architecture and traffic analysis focused on application and database performance, network re-engineering services designed to improve database throughput and the implementation of packet-shaping technologies to guarantee service levels for application and database services.