Soaring Eagle Database Consulting
driving you crazy?
Your customers expect you to be easy to work with. When it takes too long to download a report or make an online purchase, they get frustrated. You need to fix the problem, and you need to do it fast.Get Your Free Database Evaluation Today
Live: Ask a Guru!
Register for our Live Webinar: Wed, Apr 8, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
We know you have questions so we are bringing our team of Guru level DBA’s to help answer the questions you have during this live session!
Database Types: ASE, SQL and Azure.
-Managing your databases in Azure SQL and SQL in Azure
-Ask any topic about the Azure database environment, migration process, alert management etc.
-How to manage your databases and servers remotely with the least amount of stress to your team
-How to ensure your data is protected?
-Performance and Tuning questions, assistance in helping either correct performance problems or prevent them
-Your questions answered!
We are 24/7 Database Nerds, Here to Save the Day
This comprehensive evaluation identifies issues that impede your database performance to determine what needs to be fixed and how to future-proof your systems.
This is your database insurance policy. We provide full protection database administration coverage with remote support for Microsoft SQL, Sybase SAP/ASE, Sybase IQ, and MySQL.
From performance and tuning to developing business intelligence solutions, our expert DBAs analyze, recommend and implement solutions to solve your most complex database needs.
Taking Flight to Save Lives in the Bahamas
Though most of our work takes place in cyberspace, at Soaring Eagle we never want to forget the people who make up our community and our world. Our founder, Jeff Garbus, speaks with Fox 13 about his experience flying relief supplies to the Bahamas in the in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.
Saves Big Bucks
When 3,000 customer service representatives wait 30 minutes to download their schedules every day, there is a big problem. For this retail company, not only did man hours and frustration levels rise, but costs to the company significantly increased, affecting nearly every department along the way.
When it simply got to be too much, they called the database consultants at Soaring Eagle! After analyzing their databases, we created solutions reducing their download time to under two minutes. This saved 28 minutes each day for every customer service representative in the organization, totaling more than 1,500 hours in additional available resources. At $30 an hour per rep, this change in their database system saved the company an average of $45,000 a day! Now that’s the power of database optimization done well.
Our Proprietary Flight Software
It’s no secret that the hundreds or thousands of email alerts generated by your database each day get ignored until your customers begin calling to complain. We knew there had to be a better way. After more than four years of research and development, we built Flight, the world’s first IT support software for remote database management.
This proprietary software automates the traditional alert response, notifying you only when there’s a problem that needs to be fixed. With Flight, you can rest easy knowing your systems are working and your customers and employees aren’t having problems accessing the information they need when they need it.Discover the Flight Difference
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By Valentin Iamandi, Principal DBA The conversion myth “The conversion is slow because there is a lot of data” – a SQL developer Context Some of the big conversion SQL Server databases projects are supposed to not only convert very large data sets (billions of rows and multiple terabytes of data) but also to expand […]
The Iowa Caucus Application Malfunction Bad things Happen To Good People and Companies If you have participated in a software deployment, then you know how nail biting the production roll out can be. You have tested for everything you could think of. You have people on standby to ensure that the application works as expected […]
Recently I was called into a shop that had a 4 terabyte database, who claimed they didn’t have anywhere near that much data. Upon investigation, they were correct. They had about 100 gig of data, and about 3.9 T of indexes. Is this too much? Well, in order to make that kind of judgement call […]