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Installation, configuration and upgrading of Oracle server software and related Oracle products/tools Evaluate Oracle features and

Oracle related products Establish and maintain backup and recovery policies and procedures Take care of the Database design and implementation Implement and maintain database security (create and maintain users and roles, a ssign privileges) Perform database tuning and performance monitoring Perform application tuning and performance monitoring Setup and maintain documentation, standards and policies Plan growth and changes (capacity planning) Provide support when required Perform general technical trouble shooting and give consultation to development teams Interface with Oracle Corporation for technical support. Interface with I/S Interface with App Vendors on Oracle related technical issues. installing and upgrading the Oracle server and related Oracle tools. Insuring compliance with Dow's Oracle license agreement (for IR supported Oracle applications/databases) Insuring compliance with Dow's Corporate IT Security Policy/Standards (for IR su pported Oracle applications/databases) Responsible for creating primary database storage structures (tablespaces), once application developers have designed/purchased an approved application. PA/TA Allocating system storage and planning for future storage requirements for the d atabase systems. Monitoring and optimizing the performance of the database and offering assistanc e to developers in optimizing their applications, queries, etc. Planning for backup and recovery of the databases. The DBA will not have respons ibility for the actual physical backup or physical retention of that information . Design, creation, and structural integrity of all ORACLE database objects in the production environment that are used for official business purpos es. This includes tables, views, indexes, sequences, etc. from approved informat ion given by application developers or vendors of purchased systems.

The DBA may provide assistance, but is not responsible for the design and creati on of ORACLE database objects created by other ORACLE users. Any ORACLE database object created in production by an ORACLE user [other than the DBA], is conside red non-official and will not be supported by the DBA. The DBA is responsible for the batch loading of data into official production OR ACLE tables from approved data files, etc. given by development staff of vendors of applications. The DBA will ensure that the data loaded into ORACLE tables is as accurate as the data source. The DBA is not responsible for the validity of data loaded into ORACLE tables by any manual data entry process. The DBA may provide information and assistance in accessing ORACLE database obje cts by other applications and tools such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, e tc. The DBA will not be responsible for the validity of the results from these a pplications. Every DBA must have their own daily checklist of activities when maintaining a d atabase at their work place. List below is a general activities that a dba shoul d aware off.

Operations I. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Daily Procedures Verify all instances are up Look for any new alert log entries Verify DBSNMP is running Verify success of database backup Verify success of database archiving to tape Verify enough resources for acceptable performance Copy Archived Logs to Standby Database and Roll Forward

II. Nightly Procedures A. Collect volumetric data

III. Weekly Procedures A. B. C. D. E. Look for objects that break rules Look for security policy violations Look in SQL*Net logs for errors, issues Archive all Alert Logs to history Visit home pages of key vendors

IV. Monthly Procedures A. B. C. D. E. F. Look for Harmful Growth Rates Review Tuning Opportunities Look for I/O Contention Review Fragmentation Project Performance into the Future Perform Tuning and Maintenance