IDG Contributor Network: Thinking of cutting out your database administrator? Think again

Network World

Once upon a time, there was a role known as the database administrator. Back when all data was stored locally, these employees were the keepers of the company database, responsible for making sure all information was accessible and tracking things such as financial information and customer details. Also on Network World: If the cloud is so great, why are so many businesses unsatisfied? +.

Uncomfortable Truths In Enterprise IT

Chuck's Blog - EMC

  All the enterprise's information lives on storage, so -- theoretically speaking -- shouldn't the storage administrator be in a privileged position to make decisions and tradeoffs based on the value of information? Sorry infrastructure folks, it's the database administrator.

The Biggest Opportunities in Tech Careers Today

Galido

Desks, offices, buildings, and cities are all being designed to connect to networks. This creates all-new importance of these networks being protected and maintained with new levels of efficiency and security. Database Administrator.

When Generic IT Infrastructure Doesn't Cut It

Chuck's Blog - EMC

Maybe they want to standardize on HP servers, vSphere for virtualization, RedHat for Linux, Cisco for the data center network, EMC for the storage, and so on. I'm guessing it's databases, and the applications that use them. Databases are different.

Oracle 241

Free Courses at Linux Academy – November 2019

Linux Academy

Database Administration and SQL Language Basics . This course also covers container networking including inter-container communication, managing container networks, and exposing container ports on the host.

Building A SDS Conceptual Model — Part 1

Chuck's Blog - EMC

  “Something else” would have to do it on behalf of the storage array — an administrator, management software, etc.   I can only assume the network world struggles with the same challenge.

IBM to Acquire Cloudant: Open, Cloud Database Service Helps Organizations Simplify Mobile, Web App and Big Data Development

CTOvision

a privately held database-as-a-service (DBaaS) provider that enables developers to easily and quickly create next generation mobile and web apps. . “IBM is leading the charge in helping its clients take advantage of big data, cloud and mobile,” said Sean Poulley, vice president, Databases & Data Warehousing, IBM. To meet this growing demand, data must be always available and easily accessed by massive volumes and networks of users and devices.

A Decade of Dynamo: Powering the next wave of high-performance, internet-scale applications

All Things Distributed

We had an advanced team of database administrators and access to top experts within Oracle. Our straining database infrastructure on Oracle led us to evaluate if we could develop a purpose-built database that would support our business needs for the long term.

Expanding the Cloud: Enabling Globally Distributed Applications and Disaster Recovery

All Things Distributed

and enable you to maintain a nearly up-to-date copy of your master database in a different AWS Region. Amazon RDS offers a monthly uptime percentage SLA of 99.95% per Multi-AZ database instance.

Free Courses at Linux Academy — October 2019

Linux Academy

Database Administration and SQL Language Basics -In this course, we will be using MySQL to learn about administering a database, as well as the basics of the SQL language.

Free Courses at Linux Academy – December 2019

Linux Academy

Database Administration and SQL Language Basics . This course also covers container networking including inter-container communication, managing container networks, and exposing container ports on the host.

Free Courses at Linux Academy – November 2019

Linux Academy

Database Administration and SQL Language Basics . This course also covers container networking including inter-container communication, managing container networks, and exposing container ports on the host.

- Hiring Felons

Chief Seattle Greek Blog

San Francisco found itself locked out of its own data communications network in July after a rogue employee, Terry Childs, refused to share the password necessary to access network elements such as routers and switches. A relatively routine check of convictions databases by San Francisco would have disclosed this fact. At its basic level, this is a search of public or law enforcement databases for convictions. Should local governments be hiring felons?