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When asked what we do, the short answer is "database support".

 

Support for Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server databases - and the Linux/Unix systems on which they run - is where our expertise lies. We apply that expertise across the UK and worldwide, for businesses and organisations large and small. They choose Xynomix because we know our stuff, but also because we're flexible and able to adapt our level of support to their business needs. We won't tie you in to a support package you don't want or make you pay for services that you don't need.

We class database support as: managed services, remote database administration, backup and recovery, disaster recovery, health checks, monitoring and tuning, installation, migrations, upgrades and short-term DBA cover.Scroll down.png

 

Choose from a platform below to find out more about these support services.

If you’re interested in a different service, such as: licensing, audits, training, storage, infrastructure and the innovative software solutions we’ve developed, please see database solutions.

Or if you need advice on a project you're about to embark upon, see our database consultancy page.

Oracle Database Support

Oracle Database Support

As an Oracle Gold Partner, Xynomix are a one-stop-shop for all things database. Browse our range of Oracle support and Oracle consultancy services.

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Microsoft SQL Server Database Support

Microsoft SQL Server Support

The support, management and consultancy options for Microsoft SQL Server databases from Xynomix, a Microsoft Certified Partner.

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Microsoft SQL Server Database Support
Linux and Unix

Linux/Unix-based OS support

Xynomix technicians have supplied database services for every possible database and operating system combination, so we know our way around the many flavours of Unix/Linux.

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What they say

"Xynomix investigated the performance bottlenecks that we were experiencing after updating our data warehouse application. After investigating the system, Xynomix concluded that the database server's cache-hit rates and available memory were both low, which was impacting negatively on performance. The technician rectified this and we are now very happy with the function of the application."

Data Systems Manager

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