As a regular consultant to Microsoft Services,
we work with tier-1 customer across government, multi-nationals, financial services, oil and gas, and mining.
We will work with your Enterprise Architects, Application Owners, Project Managers, and DBAs to architect and design a SQL Server platform that is secure,
highly available, and fit for purpose. Whether than be on-premises, in Azure, or hybrid, is entirely driven by you, the customer. If you need help with
implementation or with keeping your preferred implementation team on track, we’re up for that too.
Engage SCSM and you will get the right advice first time, every time.
An audit on your current systems will help you comply with Microsoft Best Practices.
Not only will this increase uptime but may also reduce operational costs. Your
Enterprise Architects will learn how to design scalable, secure systems that can adapt to changing business requirements.
An examination of key areas including storage, networking, server configuration, operational procedures,licensing,
patch management and software configuration will highlight problem areas.
With SCSM, you will have a low-risk migration strategy when upgrading from SQL Server 2000/2005/2008/2012 to SQL Server 2016/2017.
We will identify bottlenecks in your systems but also teach your staff
how to rectify future issues that may arise. This can be done through workshops
or one-on-one sessions with your DBAs, developers and system administrators.
SQL Server Infrastructure Design
A typical engagement would commence with 1-2 hours to scope out the project. The High Level Design (40-120 hours) covers
architectural workshops, logical design, license optimisation, server count, server sizing, SQL Server DB Engine, Analysis Services,
and Reporting Services instance count, Architectural Design Strategy, and Technical Design Strategy.
The Detailed Level Design (80-160 hours) covers build instructions, configuration, and disaster recovery.