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    Oracle has changed its policy on DBA certifications, retiring olderĀ ones and requiring database administrators to get current on Oracle Database versions or lose their active status.

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  • Study references for Unix admins that have to learn Win2000

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  • Oracle DBAs mixed on security progress

    Some DBAs praise Oracle for its revamped patch bulletins, but others say the database giant's patching process still leaves much to be desired.

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  • Xerox to purchase Affiliated Computer Services; other news

    Xerox to buy services company; Oracle DBAs valued.

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  • Keeping that Oracle DBA job

    Got mentors? What about a backup plan? For rookie DBAs and experienced pros alike, Oracle guru Robert Freeman has tips on how to look good on the job.

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  • Making the transition from Progress developer to Oracle DBA

    I have been a PROGRESS database developer with an IT company for about three years.

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  • Data retention policy for Oracle DBAs: When to “trash” your data

    Oracle DBA Donald K. Burleson discusses data archiving, including legal requirements, how to avoid stale data, and why it is important to "trash" data rather than store it forever.

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  • Oracle DBAs see jobs, benefits to PeopleSoft takeover

    DBAs had long been looking at Oracle's takeover of PeopleSoft with a sense of indifference. But as Oracle's hostile bid for its rival in the application software market becomes closer to a reality, many DBAs are optimistic about the future.

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  • Increased automation means changing roles for DBAs

    DBAs won't face demise in the face of greater automation, but their roles are certainly going to change a great deal, says a speaker at Oracle OpenWorld.

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  • Oracle DBA salaries on the rise

    Despite the past year's economic turbulence, compensation for Oracle DBAs rose, but so did the workload.

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