Expert Oracle Support Experienced Database Administrators are a very difficult commodity to come by, not only because of the arduous learning curve of this discipline, but also as a result of the requirement of people in this role to have superior communication skills. A full time Database Administrator can command a salary between $70,000 and $140,000 per year depending on their exposure to industry tools and third party interfaces. As a result of their limited availability, Database Administrators experienced in any of the primary database engine vendor technologies are almost indispensable. Oracle Corporation has been quoted as stating that as much as 75% of all Oracle database outages can be traced back to human mistakes on the part of inexperienced information custodians.
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Fast, Complete Implementation Oracle is the most widely used database in the world. It runs on virtually every kind of computer platform, from PCs and Macintoshes, to workstations, minicomputers and mainframes. Oracle is designed to provide organizations with the ability to store, retrieve and analyze multiple million record databases in a reliable and accessible environment. The system affords flexibility of use in a variety of conditions from single computer environment to heterogeneous computer systems distributed across multiple locations.
Consider the following example:
In a typical environment, Oracle is installed on a primary UNIX server with its database tables spread across several storage units. Users on a variety of computer platforms require Oracle access using the network in a "Client/Server" configuration. The implementation of the simple example described here would require an initial database design, resolution of license management issues, installation of Oracle and its tables, availability of proper network services, implementation of client tools on user's systems, client/server communication between client tools and the Oracle server, incorporation of client tools with end user applications, development of archiving and recovery techniques and implementation of emergency recovery procedures.
The average Oracle database administrator's (DBA) training tract requires a minimum of six months to complete, it is not unusual for organizations initially implementing an Oracle system to hit implementation bottlenecks.
By hiring the services of experienced Oracle DBA experts, with real world project experience, companies avoid the potential downtime associated with human error, bringing projects online faster, with fewer roadblocks, and within budget.