In addition to being a Quest SharePlex platinum partner and an Oracle platinum partner, Viscosity is officially a Microsoft Gold Partner, focusing on data management-based technologies. Viscosity focuses on data-driven emerging technologies, delivers business transformation solutions, and drives value to customers by demonstrating ROI with their hardware, software, and cloud investments.
Viscosity specializes in the niche technologies such as Cloud (Azure/Oracle Cloud/AWS/Google), Clustering Technologies, Data Warehousing, Oracle/SQL Server, High Availability (Always On), Data replication, managed services, and performance tuning.
Viscosity has a niche in Microsoft Professional Services, focusing on cloud experience on Azure. Depending on where the customer is in their cloud journey, our PSO can provide the right-sized strategic guidance and technical architecture.
Many of our customers do not know what the right platform for their cloud database cloud is. We will guide you with the right understanding to make the decision to “move and improve” your databases to Azure SQL Database, IaaS VMs, HyperScale, or even Azure Synapse with Azure ML for Learning and Deep Analytics.
We specialize in Azure Data Factory Pipelines for data integrations between the on-premise and cloud applications. Data movement plays a big role in the customer’s master data management strategies. We provide data architecture guidance with source and target data mapping, transformation, loading, and governance.
With our proven methodology, customers can:
Here are a few of our reputable customer case studies. The majority of our customers run their Microsoft workloads on Azure. As we have supported their databases on-premise and helped them on their cloud journey, we naturally walk beside them on their database migrations to Azure.
We help your team transform raw data into:
Our approach to performance tuning starts by looking at the holistic view. We want to know if the performance issues are coming from the application tier. We look to see if the latency is caused by network configuration issues. We look for issues in an underlying storage layer. Another possibility is the VM for the database server could be misconfigured, or the OS was not set up for optimal performance. All of these can affect IOPS and throughput from the database server. We work closely with the infrastructure admins to diagnose performance bottlenecks in the entire stack.