Database Administrator Professional

ให้บริการดูแลฐานข้อมูล Oracle ด้วยผู้เชี่ยวชาญที่มีประสบการณ์เป็น DBA มากกว่า 15 ปี ดูแลสถาบันการเงินมากกว่า 14 ปี และมี Oracle Certified Professional จาก Oracle รับรอง

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Software installation and maintenance

Frequently involved in the initial installation and configuration of a new Oracle, The system administrator configures the database server’s hardware and implements the operating system, after which the DBA installs and configures the database software. The DBA is in charge of ongoing maintenance, such as updates and patches.

In addition, if a new server is implemented, in charge of transferring data from the existing system to the new platform.

Managing Data Integrity

Primarily handle the overall integrity of a company’s database. They make sure that the Data integrity is carefully managed because it protects data from unauthorized use. DBAs manage data relationships to ensure data consistency.

Takes Care of Data Extraction, Transformation, and Loading

Responsible for Data extraction, transformation, and loading, also known as (ETL), which refers to the efficient import of large amount of data extracted from multiple systems into a data warehouse environment. The external data is cleaned and transformed to fit the required format before being imported into a central repository.

Monitoring Performance

Once the database is implemented, they are required to monitor databases for performance issues. If a system component slows down processing, it may need to change the software configuration or add more hardware capacity. Understanding what they need to track to improve the system is part of the DBA’s job.

Data Handling

Each company’s success today revolves around massive databases. Companies nowadays maintain massive databases containing unstructured data types such as images, documents, or sound and video files. Managing an extensive database (VLDB) may necessitate higher-level skills, as well as additional monitoring and tuning, which a DBA possesses.

Create a Database Backup Plan

Create backup and recovery plans and procedures as per the industry standards. Not only that, but makes certain that all necessary steps are taken. Responsible for ensuring that everything is completed on time, in addition to taking the required precautions to keep data safe.

Database Recovery

Responsibility in the event of a server failure or other type of data loss is to restore lost data to the system using existing backups.

Different types of failures may necessitate different recovery strategies, performs duties while keeping the necessary requirements in mind. Backup databases to the cloud.

Database Security

Identifying and correcting any flaws in the database software. No system is entirely secure; however, mitigate risks by implementing best practices. Be able to identify potential flaws in the database software and the overall system of the company and take appropriate steps to mitigate risks.

Database Integrity

Primarily responsible for the overall integrity of a company’s database. This includes putting the database in place, keeping it safe from loss and corruption, making it easily accessible, ensuring it works properly, and constantly tweaking it for ease of use and maximum productivity. In addition, also in charge of training eligible employees on how to access and use the database so that they can perform their duties.

Database Accessibility

Setting up employee access is a critical component of database security. Decide who has access and what kind of access they have. Create a subschema to control database accessibility.

Determine which users will have access to the database and which users will use data. Without the permission of the DBA, no user has the authority to access the database.


In the event of a problem, troubleshoot it immediately. Whether needs to quickly restore lost data or fix a problem to limit damage, must be able to quickly understand and respond to concerns when they occur.