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  • Involta Air Gap - What's protecting your backup?

    Moving business operations to the cloud is an essential component of a digital migration. But, since the cloud isn’t 100% secure, business leaders put backup and recovery solutions into place. That means their data is protected… right? Yes, but what happens when a ransomware attack compromises your backup?

  • Involta Vulnerability and Penetration Testing

    Assess network and systems security posture with simulated, real-world attacks to uncover weaknesses, gaps, or vulnerabilities that could leave your business open for an attack.

  • 5 Reasons to Implement a Backup Solution

    We need the cloud. It’s essential for around-the-clock business operations and it makes all of our jobs easier. But it does come with some risk. Cyberattacks are an ever-present and ever-evolving threat - so you’ve got to approach the cloud with a defensive mindset. Allow the cloud to help you do business, but protect your critical business data with a solid backup solution from a trusted partner.

  • Virtualizing SQL Server: Strategies and Best Practices

    Server consolidation is the top reason companies virtualize systems as companies realized they can reduce their server overhead to save money on power, cooling, space, networking, cables, and even the hardware warranty. In fact, SQL Server(R) virtualization is an expectation today. SolarWinds Head Geek, Kevin Kline, shares strategies and best practices for virtualizing SQL Server to ensure high performance and easier troubleshooting.

  • Why is Database Performance Analyzer a Smart Investment for Your Team?

    As companies move databases into the cloud, addressing performance issues isn’t as easy as it was when everything was on-premises. It is expensive to scale up cloud services to improve performance. A better, more sustainable approach would be to help make sure your workload is tuned, so you’re scaling resources for good reasons—more processing needs of the business, not just supporting inefficiencies.

  • SQL Server Indexing for Performance

    SQL Server performance is critical for business applications to meet internal and external customer needs. Unfortunately, one of the most common SQL Server performance issues is related to missing or incorrect indexes. This situation can cause excessive I/O and CPU overutilization, and it can even lead to additional memory usage. Microsoft® SQL Server® is relatively unique because, as a database engine, it records missing indexes it thinks will help queries.

  • Virtualized Databases: Performance Considerations for DBAs

    This whitepaper explores the virtualization metrics that matter for DBA’s responsible for database performance tuning and optimization. By giving DBAs the right virtualization metrics, they can avoid wasting time trying to figure out if the VM has anything to do with poor database performance.

  • Manage the Multiple Database Journey

    Learn how you can implement a technology built specifically for SQL query performance, monitoring, analysis, and tuning, which supports not only the leading open-source databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL, but also Oracle, Azure® SQL Database, and Microsoft.

  • Infrastructure Automation for Labs

    Self-service Environments as a Service solutions help overcome the challenges associated with evolving work-from-home arrangements, easing strains for end users and IT/network admin. The result is a stronger bottom-line, where business costs are in-check.

  • Calculating Infrastructure Automation ROI

    Understanding your ROI is critical when selecting an IT infrastructure automation provider. “Calculating Infrastructure Automation ROI” provides clear guidance on how to determine whether your company’s infrastructure will pay off.

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