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PostgreSQL Support

 

As a company renowned within the industry for our expertise in database management, dsp offer a dedicated PostgreSQL Support Service to ensure PostgreSQL databases are professionally managed and maintained on a 24*7 basis.

Our PostgreSQL service delivers an optimised NoSQL database environment that is secure, resilient and can cope with the demands of enterprise-grade mission critical applications.

Core to our corporate philosophy of Uptime, All The Time. We implement industry leading monitoring and alerting that detects database issues at an early stage, enabling us to implement a fix long before it impacts on our customers day-to-day business.

Key elements of our PostgreSQL support service include:

  • Site Review and On-Boarding Service
  • 24 x 7 x 365 Performance Monitoring & Alerting
  • Weekly, Monthly or Quarterly Health Checks
  • Pro-active Database Performance Tuning
  • Hotline Support Service
  • Management Information Reporting
  • Continuous Maintenance and Automated Patching
  • Backup, DR, Hosting, Cloud-enablement & Security auditing

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