MySQL Consulting Services from DSP are delivered through an expert team of UK based MySQL consultants – all accredited to the highest standard.

Since 1991, we’ve been helping our customers drive operational database efficiencies to ensure that their applications are consistently running at peak performance. In addition to this, we are well versed in helping customers driving down costs and implement the latest security patches.

If you’re looking for on-site or remote DBA services, MySQL performance tuning, a MySQL Health Check or a GDPR compliance review – DSP are here to help.

Here’s a list of our ‘more regular’ MySQL consulting services:

  • MySQL Site Review
  • MySQL Architecture and Design
  • MySQL Performance Tuning
  • MySQL On-site and remote support
  • MySQL High Availability
  • MySQL Upgrades
  • MySQL Migration
  • MySQL Clustering
  • MySQL Troubleshooting
  • MySQL 24*7 Support & Monitoring
  • MySQL Cloud solutions
  • MySQL GDPR Review

As a MySQL Partner, Oracle Platinum Partner and Oracle Cloud Partner, we are one of the UK’s leading providers of MySQL consultancy, support and licensing.

   
   

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