Learn more about Database Administration
Database administration is a critical role in today’s data-driven world. Not only is data a safety essential, but managing the performance of databases is imperative for businesses with vested interest in analyzing big data.
Frequently asked questions
Database administration refers to the function of managing and maintaining database(s) for any organization. Database administration involves ensuring that a database works as expected. Some organizations use commercials database products such as Oracle DB (database) and Microsoft SQL (structured query language) Server. In these cases, database administration focuses on their specific database products. These organizations may require product-specific certification for people that work on the database administration team. The tasks and roles associated with database administration may include database security, reporting, monitoring and troubleshooting, and database backup and recovery.