The Power of Continuity

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continuity,
noun
  1. the unbroken and consistent existence or operation of something over time.

Successful support organisations don’t only respond to the current needs of their customers, they also try to predict future trends and offer services that take advantage of new technology. This is why dsp created the process of Continuous Maintenance.

What is Continuous Maintenance?

Continuous Maintenance is dsp’s proven pipeline-of-change, conceived using industry standards such as Agile, DevOps and ITIL. It’s perfect for managing the life-cycle of mission-critical database and application environments, whether they be on Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server or indeed unstructured NoSQL platforms. It is built upon leading technologies that facilitate the automated patching and testing of your applications in pre-production environments before releasing the changes into production. 

Innovation Through ‘Continuous Maintenance’

Continuous Maintenance

What’s the Objective?

Continuity. Get change flowing quickly through all of your business applications and related technologies with minimal risk and maximum uptime.  In other words, keep your business systems continuously patched and up-to-date with all the latest enhancement, security and bug releases. 

Don’t fall into the trap of looking at constant change as high business risk.  This common outlook tends to mean that your business systems are not providing the latest functionality and even worse have bugs that slow down business efficiency and security loop holes that expose your business to commercial risks.

Continuous Maintenance. Continuous Support. Continuous Optimisation.

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