Datavail News

By Datavail | On June 12th 2014
Company appoints George Maroulakos to foster partnerships to support growth strategy Broomfield, Colo. — June 12, 2014— Datavail, the national leader in database support and professional services, announced today that it has appointed George Maroulakos as vice president of strategic alliances. In this capacity, Maroulakos is responsible for cultivating and maturing alliances and partnerships with leading technology firms as part of the overall growth strategy of the organization. With more than 18 years of professional experience in global outsourcing managed services, cloud services and application development, Maroulakos has a wide range of expertise…
By Datavail | On June 4th 2014
Broomfield, Colo. — June 4, 2014— Datavail, a national leader in database managed services and support, has been named a 2014 American Business Award finalist in the website category for computer hardware, services and software. Datavail will receive a gold, silver or bronze Stevie® Award when the winners are announced on September 12 in San Francisco. In 2013, Datavail revamped its online presence with a new website that better communicated the company’s capabilities and value proposition within an emerging market. As a result of that effort, organic traffic to the Datavail website increased by 243 percent year-over-year, and revenue resulting…
By Datavail | On May 6th 2014
Presentation to be held Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 2 p.m. ET Broomfield, Colo. — May 6, 2014— Datavail, the largest pure-play provider of remote database administration (DBA) services in North America, will present “How to Build a Database Monitoring Tool Using Splunk” on Thursday, May 8th 2 at p.m. ET. Presented by Chuck Ezell, Datavail’s performance tuning expert, the webinar will dive deeper than just downloading Splunk. The webinar will show attendees how to build a Database Monitoring Tool for free using both SQL scripts and shell scripts. The examples will be based…
By Datavail | On March 27th 2014
Enterprises that outsource their database administration are more likely to respond faster, grow faster, save money and deliver innovative products and services Broomfield, Colo. — March 27, 2014— According to Datavail-commissioned research conducted by Forrester Consulting, the growing trend in outsourcing database administration is here to stay. In fact, 56 percent of respondents to the Datavail study reported that they plan to continue or increase the level of database administration they outsource. In addition to lowering administration costs, the study found that outsourcing can help improve database performance while making database operations more efficient and cost…