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    Two database experts explain how to take advantage of the opportunity created by SQL Server 2005 end of life and how to build a better database.

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  • What new features in Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c interest you the most?

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  • Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c gives DBAs new cloud tools

    The latest version of Oracle Enterprise Manager is designed to make life easier for DBAs working in the cloud. Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c has new features for the cloud.

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  • Survey: DBAs lack clout to apply database security best practices

    While many database admins are tasked with protecting sensitive data, few of them have the financial or business-support resources to do so, a recent study finds.

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  • How do you think DBA skills can help those in search of leadership positions?

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  • Turn DBA skills into leadership skills at Collaborate 16

    At Collaborate 16, Ziaul Mannan will reveal the ways DBAs are being overlooked as potential executives and how to prove DBA skills translate well to leadership roles.

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  • SQL Server monitoring tools help DBAs take back nights and weekends

    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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  • DBA skills must evolve, morph to cope with big data technologies

    Big data tools are changing data architectures in many companies. The effect on the skill sets required by database administrators may be gradual, but some new IT tricks will be needed.

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  • SQL Server database replication tutorial

    SQL Server replication involves some decision making on the part of the DBA. What's the best method for your SQL Server environment -- snapshot, merge or transactional replication? Are there any areas where you can expect to be tripped up? SQL Server MVP Denny Cherry answers these questions as he...

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