In the Information Technologies industry there are few domains less understood than Database Administration.
People keep asking what the responsibilities of a Database Administrator are, what the specific tasks and processes Database Administrators rely on to fulfill those responsibilities, and by which rules Database Administrators abide to deal with whatever they do.
Some people ask those questions out of simple curiosity, others because they are in or close to a DBA role, others because they have to deal with DBAs in a user, developer or management, etc. capacity, and want to have a better understanding of the DBA world.
Everyone has its own reasons to ask questions about the database administration world; questions are always the same.
This book intends to answer those questions.
The final intention is to help you understand the world of Database Administration without resorting to technicalities and independently of the technology of choice and, without a single SQL command. Enjoy it.
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Pablo Berzukov is a Senior Database Administrator with more than a quarter century of hands-on Information Technology industry experience.
He has worked for corporations and government agencies in the United States and overseas; he is a published author.
He had the opportunity to work with the pioneers of online and database systems witnessing the rise of relational databases. He also worked as an Application's programmer, System's programmer, Functional analyst, Systems analyst, Project manager and Consultant, being the Database domain a recurrent focus area throughout his career.
Mr. Berzukov holds an MBA in International Business as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology Management. He has several industry certifications from Oracle, Microsoft and CompTia. .
For up-to-date information check his personal LinkedIn profile at www.linkedin.com/in/PabloBerzukov
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