22 DBA Responsibilities You Should Know About

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Being a Database Administrator (DBA) is a tough job, and knowing what responsibilities are involved before you commit to that career can be very important.

In this article by Craig Mullins, we get his list of 22 DBA responsibilities:

  1. General database management.
  2. Data modeling and database design.
  3. Metadata management and repository usage.
  4. Database schema creation and management.
  5. Capacity planning.
  6. Programming and development.
  7. SQL code reviews and walk-throughs.
  8. Performance management and tuning.
  9. Ensuring availability.
  10. Data movement.
  11. Backup and recovery.
  12. Ensuring data integrity.
  13. Procedural skills.
  14. Extensible data type administration.
  15. Data security.
  16. Database auditing.
  17. General systems management and networking skills.
  18. Business knowledge.
  19. Data archiving.
  20. Enterprise resource planning (ERP).
  21. Web-specific technology expertise.
  22. Storage management techniques.

You can read the entire article, part 1 and part 2, to get all the details.

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