How many times have you phoned a call centre only to wait ages for your details to be returned? If your apologetic operator tells you their systems are slow, then the chances are that the backend database is fragmented.
Bristol, UK (PRWEB) October 15, 2009
Norb Technologies today announced the release of SQL Defrag Studio to help database administrators (DBAs) quickly find and remove fragmentation that is hidden inside their SQL Server indexes.
Fragmentation gradually slows down the server until it grinds to a halt, so customers and employees must wait while data is retrieved. This wastes expensive employee time, leads to frustrated customers and reflects badly on the business.
"How many times have you phoned a call centre only to wait ages for your details to be returned? If your apologetic operator tells you their systems are slow, then the chances are that the backend database is fragmented." said Rachel Clements, Joint-CEO at Norb Technologies.
"This is a much-awaited solution at a really affordable price. The color-coded graphical interface enables DBAs to quickly find and eliminate fragmentation. SQL Defrag Studio smoothly automates what would normally be a repetitive task for DBAs.
"Every organization running SQL Server in an OLTP environment should seriously consider this tool."
SQL Defrag Studio creates and manages scheduled defrag jobs to run outside of core business hours so that end-users aren't affected.
A free 14-day trial version is available to download from http://www.norbtechnologies.com. SQL Defrag Studio costs $495 per licensed user including support and upgrades, and has enterprise support for unlimited SQL Servers. It is also available at a discount as part of the Smart DBA Toolkit bundle.
About Norb Technologies
Tools for DBAs, written by DBAs - Norb Technologies makes easy to use performance tuning and monitoring tools for Microsoft SQL Server. The company's product line includes SQL Enterprise Monitor 2009 and SQL Defrag Studio 2009.
Rachel Clements, Joint CEO and Co-Founder
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