A modern DBA is mentored by a database.
Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 02:58:42 -0700 (PDT)
Oracle continued its focus on improving productivity for database administrators in Release 2, according to Townsend, by adding a new compression "advisor" that tells people how much storage they can save, along with a new high-availability "advisor" that offers guidance on how to squeeze out the best performance and reliability.
"These [advisors] we have been adding the last few years change the relationship between the DB and the DBA somewhat," Townsend said. "For more modern DBAs, the DB is the mentor in the relationship."
"For more modern DBAs, the DB is the mentor in the relationship."
What would his definition of a 'more modern DBA' be? Received on Wed Sep 02 2009 - 04:58:42 CDT