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PostgreSQL Consulting

 

PostgreSQL, often referred to as Postgres, has a primary function of securely storing data while supporting best industry standards. The key is unlocking your data and using it to deliver increasing value throughout your business.

Here at dsp, we have the depth and breadth of PostgreSQL consulting experience to help organisation capitalise on open source database technologies, ensuring data is optimised regardless of the workload pressures placed on them – turning PostgreSQL into an ‘enterprise grade’ platform without the cost of alternative proprietary vendors.

Our key services include:

  • PostgreSQL system support
  • Migration to PostgreSQL
  • Security Analysis
  • Design and Planning
  • Ongoing and ad-hoc consulting services
  • Database scaling
  • Performance optimisation
  • 24/7 database support

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