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.
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.
An essential question for IT departments with limited resources is, "Should we hire an employee to handle database administration or outsource it?" If you find yourself asking that very question, the chances are good that your DBA needs are more than you can handle in-house, and you need to outsource it to an expert.
Metro Technology Centers—known affectionately as Metro Tech—is one of the leading vocational schools in the Oklahoma City area, but their student portal hasn't always reflected that. Up until the last year, Metro Tech was operating on a legacy system – one of the first Oracle Cloud databases to reach the market. LSG Solutions transitioned from a decade-old database to the latest long-term release, all within record time.
If you're following closely with Oracle Database releases, you're probably wondering why they jumped from 19c to 21c. What happened to 20c, and is 21c set to be the next terminal release?