As the modern database continues to grow, its inherent feature set expands alongside it. More solutions allow remote DBAs and internal teams alike to solve business problems tied to cutting costs and improving efficiencies. However, with these solutions comes increased complexity surrounding database administration, and it falls on the shoulders of DBAs to understand and leverage the industry’s evolving technologies.
As the modern database continues to evolve and take on a more strategic role in business, the complexities associated with managing these environments grows as well. For database administrators, this changing landscape forces them to continuously adapt and grow alongside the database engine to properly design, support, and secure an enterprise’s critical data stores. Their in-depth knowledge of the infrastructures so crucial to operations make DBAs an integral part of not only day-to-day functions, but business decisions aimed at reducing operation costs, improving margins, and more.
After years of having their own internal processes, technology, and best practices, it’s understandable some organizations have trepidation when it comes to DBA outsourcing. Especially for companies with internal teams, concerns arise regarding how external support will fit in with their current DBAs and the methods in which they operate. At RDX, our customer on-boarding process is focused on easing these concerns and building a solid foundation to provide a high level of remote database services based around the needs and challenges of your infrastructure.
From database configuration to performance and maintenance, DBAs are responsible for the most critical data essential to business functionality and success. The knowledge they hold regarding database security, availability, recoverability, performance, and numerous other areas makes them critical to the success of the company. Also tasked with designing database data stores, a DBA’s expertise allows them to consult on company solutions aimed at reducing operation costs, improving margins, and more – simply put, they allow organizations to make better business decisions.
It’s late, you’re tired, and all you want is your head to hit the pillow – all DBAs know the feeling. It was a long day to begin with, and just as you drifted off to sleep, your cell phone rings. All of a sudden you need to log back into your datacenter and troubleshoot a critical database that became unresponsive. End users need access to this data before they sit down at their desk in the morning – so sleep isn’t an option.
Any business can attest to how important their data is to the functions of their company; without it, everything comes to a halt. But what is sometimes overlooked are the individuals tasked with administering that data and its surrounding environments. In the worst of cases, a business experiences a catastrophic event, like a corrupted server, and slips into panic-mode as no one at the company knows how to correct the issue – or, the sole individual in charge of your databases can’t be reached. Businesses know they can’t afford to have this happen, but:
For most, walking into the office and grabbing that first cup of coffee signals the start to the workday. But for the team of remote DBAs at RDX, their job never truly stops. They’ll attest that it comes with the territory; that providing 24x7 database administration services requires them to always be in tune with the environments they manage. When you’re responsible for critical data stores, the typical 9am-5pm doesn’t quite cut it.
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