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The Oracle DBAs World
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Oracle DBAs Role
To make corporate data available to the end users and the
decision makers of an organization
Security
Backup
Performance
Design
Implementation
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DBAs Security Role
Protecting the Database
Monitoring the System
Creating and Managing Users
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DBAs System Management Role
Troubleshooting to fix problems
Ensuring Performance Tuning
Minimizing Downtime
Estimating Requirements
Developing Backup and Recovery Strategies
Loading Data
Change Management
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DBAs Database Design Role
Design the Database
Installing and Upgrading Software
Creating Databases
Creating Database Objects
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DBA Job Classifications
In small firm, a single DBA might be the UNIX or NT
administrator and the network administrator as well as the
Oracle DBA.
A large company might have a dozen or more Oracle DBAs,
each in charge of a certain database task (e.g. backup)
Production DBA refers to database administrators in charge of
production databases.
Development or logical DBAs are involved in the pre
production design and development of database.
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Types of Databases
OLTP : Online Transaction Processing
Bread and Butter of most consumer and supplier oriented
databases.
Include order entry, billing, customer, supplier, and supply_chain
databases.
27/7/365 availability, short maintenance intervals, and low
tolerance for breakdowns in the system.
DSS : Decision Support System Database
Range from small databases to large data warehouses.
The extremely large size of some of these data warehouses
necessitates the use of special techniques both to load and to use
the data.
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