Performance Health Check – Criteria

Our performance health check includes the following:

Health Check Itinerary
Initial meeting to discuss requirement and purpose of the health check
Produce Plan detailing specific items to be reviewed and access requirements
Review of systems including meetings with appropriate personnel interviews to help understand the issues
Data capture – this phase can be delivered onsite or remotely. Proprietary scripts are adopted to capture all required data
Detailed analysis of the data gathered
Produce Recommendations report
Produce Management report
Follow up meeting to discuss next steps

Our Performance Health checks include the following:

Database Server
  Analyze Database Configuration   Review Operating System configuration
  Memory usage   Memory Usage
  CPU Usage   CPU Usage
  Per database and per object memory usage   Disk Queuing
  Database wait statistics   IO Waits
  Database file layout on disk   Raid Levels
  Database file I/O statistics   Backup/Recovery/ procedures/schedule
  Identify worst performing queries   Gather statistics off peak
  Process blocking   Gather statistics during peak activity
  Identify missing or fragmented indexes   Custodian*24 for trend analysis
  Maintenance plans/jobs and schedule  
  Backup/Recovery procedures/schedule  
  Gather statistics off peak  
  Gather statistics during peak activity  
  Custodian*24 for trend analysis  

Technologies Supported:

Oracle MongoDB
SQL Server Redis
MySQL Cassandra
OpenEdge Progress Neo4J
Tibero MariaDB
DB2 Informix
Operating Systems  
AIX Windows 2000 – 2013
Microsoft Cluster Services HP-UX
RedHat Linux CentOS Linux
SUSE Ubuntu
Solaris Sun Clustering
Open VMS Tru-64
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