Traditional production DBAs have been experts in maintaining various RDBMSs, but they often lacked data management skills like data modeling, data quality management, and data governance. These were topics more suited to data architects. Download our ebook, “Five Ways DBAs Must Change In the Next Two Years,” to learn what steps you can take to stay ahead of the curve and prepare yourself to master the changing role of a DBA.
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