Server Monitoring 24×7

Data Distinct offers remote monitoring through industry leading tools and DBA’s support to manage mission & business critical SQL databases, jobs and SSIS package execution. Trained technicians will monitor the database server response time and health status and databases to help diagnose, notify and resolve problems before they become critical. We are enabling highly efficient, responsive and lower cost of operation in our remote monitoring services.

SQL Server Assessment

    1. Security Assessment
    2. Architectural Assessment
    3. Accessibility Assessment
    4. Recovery Assessment

Remote Monitoring Infrastructure

    1. Setup and Installation
    2. 24×7 Alerts & Escalation through defined or preferred channels

Data Distinct monitoring services can be implemented as a primary or secondary level of support to predict, track and remediate database and server problems in a timely and efficient manner. Our monitoring teams will interpret events and activate the proper response mechanism with user defined notification rules, including e-mail or a phone call.

With Data Distinct monitoring services, customers can have peace of mind knowing their physical and logical infrastructure is being monitored by trained experts, 24 hours a day.

We use market leading monitoring tools and expert in Microsoft System Configuration Manager (SCOM) in order to enable monitoring enterprise-wide. Our highly experienced and certified experts’ team is focusing on following SQL Server areas.

SQL Server Active Monitoring

  1. Log Shipping
  2. Database Mirroring
  3. Transactional and merge Replication
  4. Failover activates.
  5. Transaction Blocking & Deadlocking Issues
  6. Database health & Status

SQL Server Proactive Monitoring

  1. Memory Cache Status
  2. Physical Disk & mount point Space thresholds
  3. SQL Server Error log scanning
  4. Security & Connection issues
  5. Transaction Log & temp DB Space

SQL Server Preventive Monitoring

  1. Database Maintenance Check
  2. Server Maintenance Check
  3. Transaction Log Backups
  4. Index fragmentation & Outdated Statistics