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From: Chirag DBA <>
Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2005 01:02:23 +0530
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Congrats Jared for to be what you wanted to be and hired to be before 52 months.

Donno what exactly you are looking for. DB Architect means you will decide the DB design, and strattegies for backup and all things I guess.

I m sure for one thing, more you will inform the management, in much troubel you will be.

show them which you feel important for the DB or related with strategy.

On Fri, 4 Mar 2005 08:47:08 -0800, Jared Still <> wrote:
> ... come to those who wait.
> My manager has informed me that he would like me to take
> on a role as a database architect rather than 'just' as a DBA.
> Good news for me, as that is what I was hired to do at another
> job about 52 months ago. Too bad it was at Enron Broadband
> Services.
> But that's not exactly why I am writing here.
> One of the tasks in this capacity is to develop a database
> roadmap for our company. Where the technology is going,
> how we should exploit it, etc.
> As this is something I have not previously done, I was wondering
> if anyone has or knows of examples they can share. It would
> be nice to see what is typically expected (or not expected) with
> this type of a document.
> I'm not looking too plagiarize, but just get a better feel for this
> type of document, what level of detail it may or may not provide,
> that sort of thing.
> I have googled for it, but couldn't come up with anything useful.
> Thanks,
> --
> Jared Still
> Certifiable Oracle DBA and Part Time Perl Evangelist
> --

Received on Fri Mar 04 2005 - 14:45:47 CST

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