Straight Path Solutions Boosts Customer Loyalty and Cost Savings with SentryOne
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (July 30, 2019) – Poorly written queries, improperly sized or configured environments, and disk I/O problems can inflate data storage expenses in almost no time, posing a consistent challenge for data professionals. This was true for Database Managed Service Provider, Straight Path Solutions, which manages hundreds of SQL Servers for its customers. The company sought the help, and robust solutions portfolio, of trusted partner, SentryOne. By utilizing SQL Sentry, V Sentry, and Plan Explorer, Straight Path was able to pinpoint problematic code and provide its customers with considerable savings.
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“Even as specialized consultants, it’s sometimes hard for our team to get a customer to examine what they’ve already bought and sunk money into,” said Mike Walsh, Straight Path President, Founder, and Consultant. “All of the products in the SentryOne suite give us an edge with our customers. We can quickly identify problems—much more quickly than if we had to collect all the data manually.”
SentryOne has helped Straight Path solve customers’ database performance problems much more quickly because the team no longer has to waste time on running extended events, running traces, or digging into Query Store for answers. SentryOne solutions enable Straight Path to quickly identify database performance problems, right-size environments, and earn customers’ trust.
“At SentryOne, our purpose is to improve the quality of life for Microsoft data professionals and their customers,” said Nick Harshbarger, SentryOne SVP of Strategic Alliances and Channels. “We are glad to partner with Straight Path, which shares our passion for helping companies improve and accelerate database performance and solve their customers’ query problems—saving them time and money.”
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