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What is Database Administrator

DBA is also an abbreviation for doing business as - a term sometimes used in business and legal writing.

A database administrator (DBA) directs or performs all activities related to maintaining a successful database environment. Responsibilities include designing, implementing, and maintaining the database system; establishing policies and procedures pertaining to the management, security, maintenance, and use of the database management system; and training employees in database management and use. Oracle DBA is expected to stay abreast of emerging technologies and new design approaches. Typically, a DBA has either a degree in Computer Science and some on-the-job training with a particular database product or more extensive experience with a range of database products. A DBA is usually expected to have experience with one or more of the major database management products, such as Structured Query Language, SAP, and Oracle-based database management software.

The DBA role naturally divides into three major activities: ongoing maintenance of production databases (operations DBA); planning, design, and development of new database applications, or major changes to existing applications (development DBA, or architect); and management of an organisation's data and metadata.


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  • 06 Sep 2018
    DBA is also an abbreviation for doing business as - a term sometimes used in business and legal writing. A database administrator (DBA) directs or performs all activities related to maintaining a successful database environment. Responsibilities include designing, implementing, and maintaining the database system; establishing policies and procedures pertaining to the management, security, maintenance, and use of the database management system; and training employees in database management and use. Oracle DBA is expected to stay abreast of emerging technologies and new design approaches. Typically, a DBA has either a degree in Computer Science and some on-the-job training with a particular database product or more extensive experience with a range of database products. A DBA is usually expected to have experience with one or more of the major database management products, such as Structured Query Language, SAP, and Oracle-based database management software. The DBA role naturally divides into three major activities: ongoing maintenance of production databases (operations DBA); planning, design, and development of new database applications, or major changes to existing applications (development DBA, or architect); and management of an organisation's data and metadata.
    55 Posted by sujatha yarlagadda
  • DBA is also an abbreviation for doing business as - a term sometimes used in business and legal writing. A database administrator (DBA) directs or performs all activities related to maintaining a successful database environment. Responsibilities include designing, implementing, and maintaining the database system; establishing policies and procedures pertaining to the management, security, maintenance, and use of the database management system; and training employees in database management and use. Oracle DBA is expected to stay abreast of emerging technologies and new design approaches. Typically, a DBA has either a degree in Computer Science and some on-the-job training with a particular database product or more extensive experience with a range of database products. A DBA is usually expected to have experience with one or more of the major database management products, such as Structured Query Language, SAP, and Oracle-based database management software. The DBA role naturally divides into three major activities: ongoing maintenance of production databases (operations DBA); planning, design, and development of new database applications, or major changes to existing applications (development DBA, or architect); and management of an organisation's data and metadata.
    Sep 06, 2018 55
  • 22 Mar 2018
    NS BOS refers specifically to a set of functions, which enable developers to build applications on top of NetSuite’s OneWorld, or their other suites, adding important functionality. SuiteFlex is the name given to the tools, listed as follows, that enable development within the NetSuite system: SuiteBuilder:The basics of development, enables new records, new fields, and new forms.SuiteScript:When you need to manipulate data, update, or delete, write your JavaScript on either the client or the server.SuiteTalk:When you have to communicate with another SaaS application or an on-premise application, this is the Web services API (application programming interface that exposes NetSuite records to read and write processes). NetSuite already offers SuiteTalk integrations with salesforce.com, SAP, and Oracle. When you need a lightweight integration with a phone application or with another web-based application, such as Google mail, you can use a RESTlet to gain access to a REST-based web services API.SuiteScript d-bug:This recent addition enables developers to debug their work as they go, making them more agile and saving precious development time.Single Sign on:Enables users who sign onto NetSuite to navigate to other web-based applications.SuiteBundler: Allows developers to bundle all of their development efforts and then inject the bundle into a NetSuite account with a couple of clicks. This saves an enormous amount of time when re-creating applications and modules, or when enhancing an upgrade. SuiteCloud platform To prevent confusion, we start at the lowest level of the NetSuite pyramid. The SuiteCloud platform is NetSuite’s term for all of the major parts of their system: The SaaS Infrastructure and the Physical Data Center:As you would expect, these are the foundation of all things in NetSuite. The next level is the Software Suites, in our case, OneWorld. These provide the base functionality for all other development. The third level is NS-BOS. This is the development platform SuiteCloud Developer Network(SDN) is the group to which outside developers belong, providing them with support for the NetSuite extensions they build.
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  • NS BOS refers specifically to a set of functions, which enable developers to build applications on top of NetSuite’s OneWorld, or their other suites, adding important functionality. SuiteFlex is the name given to the tools, listed as follows, that enable development within the NetSuite system: SuiteBuilder:The basics of development, enables new records, new fields, and new forms.SuiteScript:When you need to manipulate data, update, or delete, write your JavaScript on either the client or the server.SuiteTalk:When you have to communicate with another SaaS application or an on-premise application, this is the Web services API (application programming interface that exposes NetSuite records to read and write processes). NetSuite already offers SuiteTalk integrations with salesforce.com, SAP, and Oracle. When you need a lightweight integration with a phone application or with another web-based application, such as Google mail, you can use a RESTlet to gain access to a REST-based web services API.SuiteScript d-bug:This recent addition enables developers to debug their work as they go, making them more agile and saving precious development time.Single Sign on:Enables users who sign onto NetSuite to navigate to other web-based applications.SuiteBundler: Allows developers to bundle all of their development efforts and then inject the bundle into a NetSuite account with a couple of clicks. This saves an enormous amount of time when re-creating applications and modules, or when enhancing an upgrade. SuiteCloud platform To prevent confusion, we start at the lowest level of the NetSuite pyramid. The SuiteCloud platform is NetSuite’s term for all of the major parts of their system: The SaaS Infrastructure and the Physical Data Center:As you would expect, these are the foundation of all things in NetSuite. The next level is the Software Suites, in our case, OneWorld. These provide the base functionality for all other development. The third level is NS-BOS. This is the development platform SuiteCloud Developer Network(SDN) is the group to which outside developers belong, providing them with support for the NetSuite extensions they build.
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  • 10 Mar 2018
    Involve IT early and often Thanks to the emergence of cloud computing in the digital era, "citizen developers" without technical expertise are implementing RPA right from their business units. Often, the CIO tends to step in and block them, that business heads must involve IT from the outset to ensure they get the resources they require. Consider business impact RPA is often propped up as a mechanism to bolster return on investment or reduce costs. But Kris Fitzgerald, CTO of NTT Data Services, says more CIOs should use it to improve customer experience. For example, enterprises such as airlines employ thousands of customer service agents, yet customers are still waiting in the queue to have their call fielded. A chatbot, could help alleviate some of that wait. “You put that virtual agent in there and there is no downtime, no out sick and no bad attitude,”. “The client experience is the flag to hit.” Don't fall down the data rabbit hole A bank deploying thousands of bots to automate manual data entry or to monitor software operations generates a ton of data. This can lure CIOs and their business peers into an unfortunate scenario where they are looking to leverage the data. Srivastava says it's not uncommon for companies to run ML on the data their bots generate, then throw a chatbot on the front to enable users to more easily query the data. Suddenly, the RPA project has become an ML project that hasn't been properly scoped as an ML project. "The puck keeps moving," and CIOs struggle to catch up to it, Srivastava says. He recommends CIOs consider RPA as a long-term arc, rather than as piecemeal projects that evolve into something unwieldy. Control maintains compliance There are lot of governance challenges related to instantiating a single bot in environment let alone thousands. One Deloitte client spent several meetings trying to determine whether their bot was male or female, a valid gender question but one that must take into account human resources, ethics and other areas of compliance for the business. Poor design, change management can wreak havoc Many implementations fail because design and change are poorly managed. In the rush to get something deployed, some companies will overlook communication exchanges, or "handshakes" between the various bots, which can break a business process. "Before you implement, you must think about the operating model design," Srivastava says. "You need to map out how you expect the various bots to work together." Alternatively, some CIOs will neglect to negotiate the changes new operations will have on an organization's business processes. CIOs must plan for this well in advance to avoid business disruption.
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  • Involve IT early and often Thanks to the emergence of cloud computing in the digital era, "citizen developers" without technical expertise are implementing RPA right from their business units. Often, the CIO tends to step in and block them, that business heads must involve IT from the outset to ensure they get the resources they require. Consider business impact RPA is often propped up as a mechanism to bolster return on investment or reduce costs. But Kris Fitzgerald, CTO of NTT Data Services, says more CIOs should use it to improve customer experience. For example, enterprises such as airlines employ thousands of customer service agents, yet customers are still waiting in the queue to have their call fielded. A chatbot, could help alleviate some of that wait. “You put that virtual agent in there and there is no downtime, no out sick and no bad attitude,”. “The client experience is the flag to hit.” Don't fall down the data rabbit hole A bank deploying thousands of bots to automate manual data entry or to monitor software operations generates a ton of data. This can lure CIOs and their business peers into an unfortunate scenario where they are looking to leverage the data. Srivastava says it's not uncommon for companies to run ML on the data their bots generate, then throw a chatbot on the front to enable users to more easily query the data. Suddenly, the RPA project has become an ML project that hasn't been properly scoped as an ML project. "The puck keeps moving," and CIOs struggle to catch up to it, Srivastava says. He recommends CIOs consider RPA as a long-term arc, rather than as piecemeal projects that evolve into something unwieldy. Control maintains compliance There are lot of governance challenges related to instantiating a single bot in environment let alone thousands. One Deloitte client spent several meetings trying to determine whether their bot was male or female, a valid gender question but one that must take into account human resources, ethics and other areas of compliance for the business. Poor design, change management can wreak havoc Many implementations fail because design and change are poorly managed. In the rush to get something deployed, some companies will overlook communication exchanges, or "handshakes" between the various bots, which can break a business process. "Before you implement, you must think about the operating model design," Srivastava says. "You need to map out how you expect the various bots to work together." Alternatively, some CIOs will neglect to negotiate the changes new operations will have on an organization's business processes. CIOs must plan for this well in advance to avoid business disruption.
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