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    Many DBAs have to work more and more nights and weekends to fulfill zero-downtime demands. But tools for monitoring and managing SQL Server might free up some of that time.

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  • SQL Server 2005 may call for a smarter DBA

    Sybase, Oracle and IBM have traditionally required more highly trained -- and higher priced -- DB administrators. Will SQL Server now need them, too?

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  • SQL Server DBA training and resources for the reluctant DBA

    As a reluctant DBA, you may not know where to look for SQL Server DBA resources. This tip by SQL Server expert Don Jones points you in the right direction.

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  • Embedded view on the server form

    I am creating a DB with two forms (by request). One where the DBAs store their database information and the other where systems admins record their server info. What I would like to do is have an embedded view on the server forms that shows what information the DBA has recorded on their form for...

    ITKE351,965 pointsBadges:
  • How DBAs view storage

    Storage magazine's exclusive poll gives you the lowdown on how DBAs and storage pros view storage. We detail each group's areas of concern, spotlight their differences and find some common ground.

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  • SQL Server big data technologies should be a major DBA focus

    Microsoft platform architect Mark Kromer says in this Q&A that DBAs need to start focusing on SQL Server big data technologies to stay up-to-date.

    Mark Fontecchio3,840 pointsBadges:
  • I want to work as a DBA. How should I invest my time in terms of Microsoft database certifications?

    Expert Ed Tittel helps a reader figure out the best career path as a DBA with Microsoft database certifications.

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  • Microsoft to guide DBAs, ISVs, partners into Yukon

    Microsoft plans to offer up a tour deep into Yukon, the code-name for its next generation database. The company promises to take DBAs, ISVs and partners deep into Yukon's core so they can get their hands dirty, as long as those taking the tour promise to keep their mouths shut.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • Help a DBA today!

    Editor Catherine Ketcher introduces SearchSQLServer.com, a site dedicated to serving SQL Server developers, administrators and managers the practical advice they need on topics including the latest news on SQL Server 2005, tips from industry experts on aspects of Windows-centric database design,...

    ITKE351,965 pointsBadges:
  • Stinger to take flight — slowly

    IBM released the full beta of Stinger this month, but some DBAs say the next version of the universal database has yet to hit their radar screens.

    searchsecurity21,265 pointsBadges:

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