With our SQL ConstantCare® service, you install a service that polls your SQL Servers once a day, and then we send you a daily email telling you the most important tasks to perform on that server to make it faster and more reliable.
We’re all about minimizing the amount of emails you get from us – I simply don’t wanna bombard your email inbox. I don’t wanna have the kind of service where you end up setting up an Outlook rule just to filter all the monitoring emails to go to a folder – because we all know how that story ends.
So now, we can cut down those emails even further. If you’ve got multiple servers, we can send you just one email per day with the advice for all of your servers in a single email.
To opt into the new consolidated emails, fill out the download form, and choose one combined email:
I honestly don’t expect everybody to choose this (and it’s not the default) because I’ve been surprised by how many folks have the SQL ConstantCare® emails set up to automatically create help desk tickets for them. See, some companies have email addresses that will automatically create a ticket whenever it receives an email. That way, they can assign new SQL ConstantCare® alerts and advice to specific people, and track the progress they’re making on solving that particular issue. Bravo, them!
Wanna save 50% off SQL ConstantCare®?
It’s on sale until Friday!
Our annual Black Friday sale is on now through Friday. Here’s how you can save big on SQL ConstantCare®:
- SQL ConstantCare® by itself: $495 just $247.50
- Level 1 Bundle:
$1,385just $295. Includes SQL ConstantCare®, plus the Recorded Class Season Pass and the Consultant Toolkit
- Level 2 Bundle:
$5,380just $995. Includes all of the above, plus a Live Class Season Pass where you build your own VM to follow along. Attend all of my online training classes for an entire year, including the new weekend versions!
- Level 3 Bundle:
$7,380just $1,995. Includes all of the above, plus I give you a VM in the cloud during training classes so you don’t have to lift a finger. Well, until the labs start, and then you have to lift a whole lot of fingers to keep up!