Remote DBA Service For Business-Critical Support!

Making sure you have the correct number of Database Administrators in your team can be a demanding subject to address.  Variations in the amount of work your team has to handle;  demands on your time from all areas of the business; budgets being cut across IT departments,  plus issues such as staff absence through holidays or illness – it’s no wonder that IT Directors could use some assistance.

This is where Triton Consulting are the experts – as the UK’s leading information management consultancy, our highly successful domestic Remote DBA service is available to clients regardless of location.  Ensuring stability for your business-critical processes, the service covers Linux, Unix, Windows and z/OS platforms.  Choose the personalised package that suits you and your company, on a 9am-5pm Monday to Friday basis, or alternatively, with 24 hours a day, 7 days a week cover.  The reputation of Triton as IBM Premier Business Partners means you have the peace of mind of an accredited organisation which really understands the implications of system downtime.

Remote DBA from Triton gives you:

  • Fixed price with no hidden extras – guaranteed!
  • Unlimited support calls
  • Unlimited support hours
  • Unrivalled DB2 expertise
  • No staff costs
  • No sick pay
  • No holiday pay
  • No performance monitoring tool costs
  • A free database health check

Doesn’t that sound appealing?  Choose from Triton’s four packages: Remote DBA Office, Remote DBA Office PLUS, Remote DBA 24×7 or Remote DBA 24×7 PLUS. Details of the individual packages can be found here – they vary according to the hours of cover required, speed of response and number of databases to be supported but all options cover the features listed above.  

For reassurance of stable, secure management for all components of your DB2 infrastructure – minus the complication of staff issues – Triton is the respected name to trust.  Contact us on 00 44 (0)870 2411 550 to find out more or visit our Remote DBA webpage.

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