Once a business or organization reaches a certain size, it needs a dedicated IT department. This used to involve hiring an in-office Database Administrator (DBA), but many companies are now outsourcing their DBA services. Should you hire an in-office DBA? Can DBAs work remotely without sacrificing efficiency? Let's take a closer look at your options.
The release of Java SE 17 earlier this year marked a milestone in the platform's new release schedule. This was the second Long-Term Support (LTS) release since Oracle announced the Java SE Subscription program in 2018. This guide will explain how the Java release schedule works and how to plan around future releases.
Database Administrators are the keyholders to data security and day-to-day operations. In-house DBAs were once a staple among businesses, but organizations are now shifting to remote DBA services. Let's explore what a DBA does and how you could benefit from having one on your team.
Oracle APEX is constantly evolving. Advancements in data security, usability, and application versatility allow more users to benefit from Oracle's adapting platform. This year, Oracle reduced the amount of time it supports new releases, which put some users on edge. The good news is this adjustment could actually benefit you in the long run.
Database Remote Control has the power to free up resources, reduce costs, eliminate DBA turnover, and boost performance for your organization. This is one of the many services we provide at LSG Solutions, and it's completely customized to fit your needs. Read on to learn more about remote management to determine if it's right for your business.