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Microsoft Dynamics Health Check service

Microsoft Dynamics Health Check service

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One of the most popular services that the PFE Dynamics team offers is the Microsoft Dynamics Health Check.  The Microsoft Dynamics Health Check is a comprehensive review of your Microsoft Dynamics environment. The Health Check service will provide you with a detailed analysis of the overall system health, including the Microsoft Dynamics application servers and the Microsoft SQL Server database configuration. In addition, the Premier Field Engineer will review the hardware, infrastructure, and application configuration for identification of potential risk areas. The Health Check offers formal recommendations in a scorecard deliverable that covers each reviewed component of the Microsoft Dynamics implementation.

The Health Check can be scheduled at any time either during implementation or post go-live.  However it can be most effective when users are actively using the environment so actual performance data can be gathered based on real-world usage.  It can also be very helpful prior to a busy cycle in your business to determine how much overhead you have left in your current hardware and infrastructure.

The Health Check is a “point-in-time” snapshot of your deployment and is designed to uncover performance and application configuration risks, saving valuable time and money in the future.  For further information on this service, listen to the podcast below where Premier Field Engineers Brian Bakke and Ryan Anderson discuss the details of the service.  You can also email PFEDynamics@microsoft.com for further information.


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  • Hi., Where I can find this service in my CRM server.

    Thanks !

  • It's a service provided by the PFE team, requiring some work to be done by the engineer. It's not an application already on your server.

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