Eagle Fact Thursday

Bald eagle nests are generally 4-5 feet wide and 2-4 feet deep, although the nesting pair will add nesting material to the nest every year. Some eagle nests stay small, but some can reach 10 feet across and weigh a thousand pounds! The largest recorded bald eagle nest, located in St. Petersburg, Florida, was 9.5 […]

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Local Hospital With Overworked Staff

Evaluate Health of Environment Install proper diagnosis tools Address and resolve Root Cause performance issues Address and implement ‘Best Practices” Improve Immediate and Future Performance Adjust indexes and queries for performance Tune entire environment Reduce errors Consolidate servers to reduce workload and save HUGE $$$$ on licensing costs Ready to Augment Your Team? We’re ready […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

An eagle has 1 million cones per mm² on its retina, as compared to the human eye which only has 200,000 cones per mm². This is the reason why eagles have such better eye sight than humans. Source: https://facts.net/eagle-facts/

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How is Supporting a HIPAA Compliant Environment Different?

HIPAA Requirements YOU MUST KEEP STRONGER NOTES You WILL Get AUDITED -> Be Prepared Mask ALL data Track all updates and who made the changes Data is a precious thing and will last longer than the systems themselves. Tim Berners-Lee -> Inventor of the Internet PROTECT YOUR DATA Constant security checks Roles are assigned and […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Eagles, of which there are 60 species, are part of the Accipitridae family of birds. Other members of Accipitridae are hawks, kites, and harriers. Source: https://chipperbirds.com/facts-about-eagles/

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Three Things to Protect Your Data Layer

Backup Everything And we mean EVERYTHING 01 – The Database 02 – Application Code 03 – PEOPLE! Especially those with DR and Restore capabilities Roles and Rules This one can be hard if you don’t have experience Limited Access to Production Servers – ONLY the most trusted and reliable No Changes without Q/A procedures – […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Did you know that the Bald Eagle left the List the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife in the contiguous states on June 28, 2007? Source: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service https://fws.gov/story/2007-08/bald-eagle-leaves-endangered-species-list

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Case Study – Performance and Tuning Engagement

During a Recent Performance and Tuning Engagement One of our DBAs tuned a report that took 10 minutes down to 10 seconds At another company we took a 48 hour report to 23 SECONDS We can work REMOTELY to identify the ROOT CAUSE of your problems Contact us today to see if we can help […]

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Eagle Fact Thursdays

Eagles usually mate for life, choosing the tops of large trees to build nests, which they typically use and enlarge each year. Bald eagles may also have one or more alternate nests within their breeding territory. In treeless regions, they may also nest in cliffs or on the ground. The birds travel great distances but […]

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ASE Case Study

A client came to us with a slightly unusual problem with one of their application databases that would not recover during ASE startup due to the log segment on application database being full. A log segment full situation is pretty routine in the world of ASE. There are many mechanisms that can be put in […]

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