Microsoft SQL Server has become one of the most utilized relational database products on the market, and it is in use today at more than 80 percent of businesses. SQL Server’s primary function is to provide the backend data storage for applications that we use every day, such as CRM or ERP systems. As a result, a majority of an organization’s corporate data is stored on SQL Server, and it is critical that all authorized users are able to access that information as quickly as possible.
Optimizing your SQL Server requires the deep technical expertise of a Microsoft SQL consultant, across many aspects of your infrastructure.
A Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, iCorps has that depth of expertise, and can assess and optimize your existing SQL Server configuration, or assist in the proper planning and sizing of your new SQL Server installation.
Some applications, such as those used in a call center, require the database to be “read” thousands of times a second. Others, an ERP application for example, constantly “write” new data to the database. The difference comes down to the hardware you’ll use for your SQL Server. iCorps’ IT consultants will assist you in determining:
Once the correct hardware is in place, SQL Server still needs to be installed and configured properly in order to run optimally. Setting up the proper best practice SQL Server maintenance plans is integral to ensuring that your SQL Server performs as well on Day One as it is does on Day 100. Using Microsoft best practices, iCorps professionals install, configure, and setup ongoing tasks to ensure best performance.
SQL Server Reporting Services are an additional, but very important, feature to SQL Server. iCorps can help you customize the reports so that you can derive the most value from your stored business-critical data – and use it to support your business decisions.
The functionality and performance of your SQL Server relies on proper upfront planning and design. Our iCorps team of IT consultants implement best practices throughout the development lifecycle to ensure that your SQL Server is optimized to meet your needs – and to support your business for the long-term.