MICROSOFT SQL SERVER HEALTH-CHECK

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SQL Server Health Check is a very challenging subject that requires experties in database administration and development. Fard Solutions Sdn. Bhd. provides specialized health check service whereby we deep dive into your SQL Server to find out current and potential issues of you SQL Server environment. At the end, you will receive a simple written explanation of our findings from the health check. All the findings will be treated as private and confidential.

Have you faced any of below issues and you do not know what causing it?

(Not limited to below issues.)

  • SQL Server Memory and CPU usage is high!
  • SQL Queries execution gradually getting slower!
  • Continuously growths of database log file size!
  • Database Backup and Restore process takes long time!
  • Data retrieval performance is too low!
  • SQL Server does not reuse memory!
  • SQL Server does not utilize all processors!

Highlights:

    • Our SQL Server Principal Consultant is the ONLY Microsoft Certified Master in South-East Asia and Iran.
    • Below corporates got benefit through our SQL Server Health Check:


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Hamid J. Fard

I am SQL Server Data Platform Expert with more than 9 years’ of professional experience, I am currently Microsoft Certified Master: SQL Server 2008, Microsoft Certified Solutions Master: Charter-Data Platform, Microsoft Data Platform MVP and CIW Database Design Specialist. I also do Pig, Hive and Sqoop development regarding Hadoop Big Data platform. After a few years of being a production database administrator I jumped into the role of Data Platform Expert. Being a consultant allows me to work directly with customers to help solve questions regarding database issues for SQL Server.

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