FMG has been using SQL Services for approximately 4 years now, over that time they have assisted FMG with numerous projects as well as providing me with peace of mind for mission critical applications by providing cover for my sole charge DBA. I have found their team friendly, knowledgeable and eager to assist. I would certainly recommend them to anyone needing professional DBA services.
Tim Wales, Application Development & Support Manager

Professional Services


Increasingly we are meeting clients who have deployed new servers each time a new application or database is required within their organisation. The end result is multiple servers, housing single databases, running at only 15-20% of their capacity and incurring exorbitant licensing costs.

Database server consolidation is an approach to ensure the efficient use of server resources in order to reduce the total number of servers or server locations that an organisation requires. Not only is having these servers costly, they consume space, use resources such as power and cooling and require management at an infrastructure level.

Although consolidation can substantially increase the efficient use of server resources, it may also result in complex configurations of data, applications and servers that can be confusing for the average user to contend with. To alleviate this problem, SQL Services can assist with consolidating your database environment. A consolidation project would involve planning and implementing a migration from the current state to a strategic future state.

SQL Services will conduct a review of your existing environment enabling us to assess size, complexity and cohabitation options for all databases within the organisation. This is an exercise in reducing costs and complexity while increasing the availability, manageability and scalability of your environment.

To request information on Server Consolidation projects, or any of SQL Services offerings, click here.

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