Speakers to many events and conferences</li></ul>Database Tools:<br /><ul><li>Performance & Tuning Tools - Highly graphical (Sybase, Oracle and MS SQL Server)</li></ul>Database Education & Training<br />
SQL Server Unleashed series Co-Author.</li></ul>Mikael Bonnevie<br />Sales & Business Development<br />MBA From UCSF<br />Yves Moison<br />Principal Consultant<br />Skander Larbi<br />Web Project Manager<br />Master of Computer Sciences SupInfo/Dominican<br />
Strengths<br />Database Architechs global consulting team has delivered hundreds of high scale, high impact database, data architecture, high availability and performance and tuning engagements.<br />Our strengths are:<br /><ul><li>Database Design and Data Analysis/Modeling
Distributed Data Architectures/Data Replication
Process Modeling</li></li></ul><li>Packaged Services<br />Our services are database focused and include inexpensive 2-day assessmentsmoving you down the path to:<br /><ul><li>Reducing your overall costs.
Using our data expertise surgically for short bursts with highly skilled and experienced data professionals.
Optimally designing and architecting your data to meet your company's needs.</li></li></ul><li>Remote Services<br />Using our Performance & Tuning Tools and a proven methodology, we are extending our database-focused services:<br /><ul><li>Available through a secured connection
Top database experts available as needed using a pool of hours
Remote Physical Database Design:We have designed and deployed all kinds of systems, from OLTP databases to Decision support systems (Data warehouse, Business Intelligence and OLAP cube technologies). Our intervention quite often involves using advanced techniques such as data replication, clustering, and database mirroring.
Remote Performance and Tuning:As part of any Performance & Tuning engagement, we use a detailed performance and tuning methodology that has been developed over many years to offer predefined deliverables that maximize the end-result of our customers.Typically, our results include an improvement in database throughput ranging from 100% to 750% as well as a massive reduction in response times.</li></li></ul><li>Database Performance <br />Monitoring Tools<br />Monitoring for 3 major databases:<br />for MS SQL Server<br />Including 2008 R2 <br />for Sybase ASE<br />From 11.5 to 15.5<br />for Oracle Database<br />From 8i to 11g<br />
Database Performance <br />Monitoring Tools<br />Strengths:<br /><ul><li>Designed and developed by the top Database experts
Highly “Graphic-Oriented” interactive design drill-down through the graphs!
Improve Database and DBA efficiency for Performance & Tuning tasks
Efficiency and accuracy improvement when looking for performance issues
Less time spent looking for performance issues = more time to diagnose and fix these issues
Log performance issues, keep track records and export for reporting</li></li></ul><li>Focused-Efficient-Easy-Fast<br />Focused on what we do best:<br /><ul><li>Designed and developed by the top experts DBA
Collaborative Consulting (Boston)</li></ul>Joint Proposals, as a named sub, and as augmentation<br />
Clients’ Testimonials<br />We are using Database Architechs' Performance and Tuning tools in all our production and test environments. Thanks to these tools we can anticipate and fix any performance issues. Isolating and fixing performance issues is now 16 times faster (down from 2 days to 1 hour). We can also log all the database performance metrics and information to isolate any past performance issue and produce some monthly reports on specific metrics. In addition, Database Architechs Performance and Tuning tools are helping us in identifying users' behavior, anticipating the required tuning to optimize response time.<br />We are using Database Architechs' Performance and Tuning tools for the following: 1) Monitor applications' response time before moving to production. 2) Isolate poor performing SQL queries, stored procedures, triggers ... on production databases. Thanks to Database Architechs' Performance and Tuning tools we've been able to improve SQL queries performances from few minutes to few seconds. Database Architechs' Performance and Tuning tools has also helped us to isolate performance issues during our database migration process.<br />I'm using Database Architechs' Performance and Tuning tools since several years. I appreciate very much these tools for real-time database server monitoring. I appreciate particularly: - The GUI, to visualize and isolate any performance issue in seconds. - How easy and fast it is, to install the tools and start monitoring any database server. - The logging feature, to analyze past performance issues. - The batch mode, to log performance metrics automatically based on events. <br />
Database Mirroring <br />Benchmark<br />SQL Server 2005 vs. 2008<br />Overall send rate 41 % faster (2005 vs. 2008)<br />Overall restore rate 52% faster (2005 vs. 2008)<br />Overall availability topology inherits <br />the restore rate ~ 50% more available<br />Example:<br /><ul><li>743 ms Transaction (in 2005 mirroring configuration)
379 ms Transaction (in 2008 mirroring configuration)</li></ul>In failover, what would have been 20 seconds before mirror becomes principal turns into roughly 8-10 seconds (or 3 seconds turns into 1.5 seconds, so on).<br />
Solid State Devices <br />Benchmark<br />Overall send rate 26 % faster (2008 Conventional versus SSD)<br />Overall restore rate 17% faster (2008 Conventional versus SSD)<br />Overall Database mirroring topology garners ~ 20% more availability<br />Examples:<br />10 min 17 seconds to complete<br /><ul><li>4:32:37am 4:43:00am (principal send’s)
4:32:48 am 4:43:05am (mirror restore’s)</li></ul>8 min 38 seconds to complete<br /><ul><li>3:45:19am 3:53:20am (principal send’s)
All of these Authors are Consultants at Database Architechs<br />
Events<br />PASS Summit 2010 – Seattle, Nov 2-5<br />Data Management Professionals – Santa Clara, Oct 21 <br />MS SQLS UG – Silicon Valley, Oct 19<br />SQL Server 2008 R2 Unleashed – Sept 10<br />Data Management Association – SF, Dec 16<br />PASS Summit 2009 – Seattle, Nov 2-5<br />Oracle Open World – SF, Oct 11-15<br />MDM Summit – San Francisco, Aug 24-26<br />MS SQLSUG – San Diego, Aug 20<br />SQL Saturday – Portland, Jun 6<br />MS SQL Server 2008 Migration WS – SF, Apr 29<br />MS SQLS UG – Portland, Apr 23<br />MS SQLS UG – Silicon Valley, Feb 17<br />MS SQLS UG – SF, Feb 11<br />
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