Do you have SQL Server problems and don’t know where to turn for help? This article, SQL Server Health Check Benefits, as well as the entire blog series will help you decide if a SQL Server audit is right for your organization.
SQL Server Health Check Benefits
What are the benefits of a SQL Server Health Check?
Previously, we shared a high-level overview in SQL Server Health Check Introduction. Let’s get right to the reason why you are reading this blog series; you want to save time, spend less, reduce risk and improve performance.
Our experience indicates the benefits of a SQL Server Health Check remain consistent regardless of the challenges. You may need a struggling SQL Server to keep up with your growing company. Maybe you recently virtualized and performance hasn’t been the same. Regardless of the problem, you want an expert to tell you what is wrong and specifically how to fix it.
Our deep understanding of SQL Server internals allows us to interpret your configuration and performance metrics. We compare your settings and metrics against our know-how and recommended best practices to produce actionable recommendations customized to your business. What you get is our team’s knowledge working for you, helping you solve your SQL Server problems.
- Solve specific problems that waste time and money
- Ensure your databases are secure & methodology compliant to reduce risk
- Identify inefficient query patterns & hardware bottlenecks to improve performance
- Avoid unnecessary hardware costs by pinpointing server performance issues
- Identify blocking or deadlocking activities that prevents scalability
In summary, the benefits of a SQL Server Health Check include saving time, reducing both cost and risk, and improving performance. We will help you get more out of Microsoft SQL Server.
This blog series continues with Step 1: Collect Metrics and and webinar invitation.