Perhaps more than ever, database administrators (DBAs) are under increasing pressure to do more work faster. They face significant issues when it comes to doing their crucial jobs within the organization, which forces them to juggle multiple pressures.
For instance, they must frequently handle complex deployments to which they must commit excessive time and that often throw them off schedule for other projects.
Once database applications are deployed, DBAs must ensure their availability and performance as well as keep up with upgrades and patches.
But there’s more, thanks to changing business environments. Business units are demanding that applications be provisioned more quickly, so they can remain competitive. DBAs are also regularly tasked with ensuring compliance with increasing numbers of external