Do You Have What it Takes to Be a World-Class DBA?

Davoll, Greg
October 2017
Database Trends & Applications;Oct/Nov2017, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p9
The article discusses the significance of database administrators (DBAs) in managing the growing data landscape among in the modern heterogeneous database environment. It mentions the skills and knowledge to be possessed by DBAs in terms of designing the database system along with its security and maintenance. It also states the development of data storage devices, internet and cloud computing technologies to ensure efficient data storage.


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