Prevent outages and drive down costs by doing proper database optimisation.
A good product is always online. This can be a challenge to maintain with peaks in traffic.
Different types of web sites and web apps call for different approaches to database optimisation. Does your product mostly retrieve data or is data added all the time? Are most of the requests the same or are they super diverse? Is it even necessary to address the database every time? Common requests are best handled by a caching solution.
Taking the wrong approach will affect the performance of your product dramatically.
Does your product show signs of poor performance during peak hours? Is your content stored in a MySQL database? Let me take a look to see if every avenue has been explored.