SQL Server Performance Tuning And Optimization Services
We provide expert SQL Server Database performance optimization, tuning, and monitoring services to ensure optimal MS SQL Server performance, reliability and data integrity. Our deep knowledge with database optimization techniques will identify the major design or implementation deficiencies with your SQL database, and recommend the most effective remedial engineering and optimization techniques to speed up and stabilize your MS SQL Server database.
SQL Server Design — The “Electrical Panel” Analogy
A SQL Server database is a lot like the electrical panel in your home — with the proper “wiring” — all of your lights and appliances work when needed, circuit breakers never become over-loaded, and you have plenty of room on the panel to add new breakers for future electricity needs. Improperly wired however, electrical current is unreliable, fuses blow, and adding new breakers is expensive and risky, because no one can trace the wires to rooms and appliances, and you may have a real fire hazard on your hands!
SQL Performance Optimization — Much More Cost-Effective Than Additional Hardware
SQL Server SHOULD NOT SLOW DOWN or BECOME UNRELIABLE as the number of users increase or as the size of the database grows.
The first instinct is to invest in additional server hardware resources like more CPUs, faster disks, additional memory. However, investing in additional SQL hardware resources usually yields very little if any performance improvement if the underlying database design and implementation issues is not addressed. In our experience, it is almost always the case that deficient database design or implementation issues are the primary root-cause behind poor SQL Server performance, an unreliable system, poor data integrity, or unreasonably high costs associated with ongoing maintenance and support of the system. Common SQL Server database design and implementation deficiencies include:
- Poorly structured (de-normalized) Tables
- Poorly-defined field Relationships; lack of proper Referential Integrity
- Improper use (or absence of) Data Validation Constraints
- Improper use (or absence of) Primary and/or Foreign Keys
- Improper use of Join functions
- Improper use, lack of, or over-use of Indexes
- Poorly coded Stored Procedures, Triggers and/or Views
- Poorly tuned / inefficient use of Queries / poorly optimized SQL
- Inefficient and/or buggy application code
Our SQL Optimization experts have extensive experience tuning and optimizing SQL Server applications for optimal performance and reliability. They can find the SQL Server slowdowns and apply proven remedial database optimization techniques to substantially increase SQL database performance and improve data integrity.