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Database design, hosting and maintenance

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  1. Data maintenance service


  1. Fee for service
  2. Resource Description
    Services provided for the following: * very large MSSQL databases using either enterprise or standard licenses (more than 250 GB) * large MSSQL databases using enterprise licenses (less than 250 GB) * medium MSSQL databases using standard licenses (less than 25 GB) * small MSSQL databases using enterprise licenses (less than 5 GB). Currently no charge. * very large Oracle databases (more than 500 GB) * for large Oracle databases (less than 500 GB) * medium Oracle databases (less than 50 GB) * small Oracle databases (less than 10 GB) * open-source databases (5-10 gigabyte limit) Database set up includes "initial customer consulting, license fee, software installation, database sizing and layout, database creation, and application installation and deployment/initial performance tuning." Annual maintenance includes database backup and recovery and monthly database maintenance and support. Major application and database upgrades also available for MSSQL and Oracle. Open source services are limited to provisioning of known open-source databases such as MySQL, PostGres, BDB, etc." and "patch and update installation." Fees are based on labor charges.
  3. Service Fee URL
  4. Contact
    Gliessman, Perry
  5. Service Provided by
    Advanced Computing Center Core Facility
  6. Technique performed by
    Advanced Computing Center Core Facility
  7. Related Technique
    Database maintenance
  8. Related Technique
    Database development
  9. Related Technique
    Database hosting
  10. ERO_0001053
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