dsp provide Microsoft SQL Server support for all versions and features, across a wide variety of windows platforms. Our Microsoft SQL Server DBAs provide the following:
Your Microsoft SQL Server needs to be fast, available and scalable. With huge experience in Microsoft clustering and high availability, we’ll make sure it’s up to the challenge.
If there’s one thing our world-class SQL Server support team loves, it’s slashing downtime and lost revenue. They’re highly technical and really rather good at it.
We won’t penalize you for being on older versions, even if they are out of mainstream support. Whatever the size and scope of your SQL Server estate, we’ll support it. We also have experience in all the interconnecting modules that SQL Server may interact with, such as Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services, Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services and Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services.
Our custom SQL Server health checks build a robust strategy that keeps your high-risk assets performing.
The uptime our customers enjoy is unrivalled and we guarantee planned maintenance will have minimal business impact.
Our full support service covers Windows and SQL Server database, so we can resolve incidents fast.
With us managing your system admin, you can get back to what you do best.
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