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Services for Database Migration

Moving your legacy database to a SQL Server platform enables you to quickly upgrade it using more cutting-edge and effective technology.

With the least possible disruption to your business continuity, the team of skilled experts will assist you in developing and implementing a migration strategy. You may save the time and hazards associated with migrating operations by getting skilled support.

Consultations for MS SQL Server

Your needs for every part of SQL Server operation will be met by an expert consulting staff.

The IT experts will guarantee a dependable and secure data platform and provide custom solutions that increase efficiency. You may speed up reaction times, and increase performance, while also lowering operational expenses and hazards, by adhering to expert advice and recommendations.

Data Security

We are aware that the success of the business depends on data security. The Solution Mentors team maintains a focus on a secure technique to safeguard you from data loss while offering migration services for SQL Server. You may be confident that no viruses or hackers might steal any important data thanks to the ongoing service improvements made by our IT professionals, who provide a very safe environment.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What do you mean by SQL server?

    Microsoft’s RDBMS system, SQL Server, primarily serves to retrieve and store data in response to user requests. Although it is occasionally referred to incorrectly as SQL, the two are distinct since SQL is a language and SQL Server is a Microsoft product that supports SQL.

    2. What is Normalization?

    In RDBMS, normalization is the process of arranging data to reduce redundancy and ensure logical data integrity. The database is split up into two or more tables during normalization, and a relationship between the tables is established. The database’s performance is improved by the normalization process.

    3. What do you mean by De-Normalization?

    It is a method of adding redundant data in an effort to improve a database’s efficiency. De-normalization is the purposeful introduction of redundancy into a table in order to increase efficiency. De-Normalization improves read performance while degrading write performance to some extent. By creating a group of data in redundant form, it may be accomplished. The de-Normalized database is entirely distinct from the un-Normalized database. Any database should first undergo normalization before being de-normalized.

    4. What do you mean by standby server?

    When the primary server goes down and the application requires constant server availability, the standby server is the kind of server that is brought up. There is always a need for a system that can switch a primary server to a backup or standby server.