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The primary work of a Cloud DBA or Database Administrator is to maintain data integrity. Besides which, a database administrator, needs to play roles of a capacity planner, installer, configure, database designer, performance monitor, troubleshooter, security, backup as well as data recoverer. The skills, which are required in a database administrator are inclusive of – sound knowledge of database queries, database theories, database design, RDBMS and structured query language. And a general understanding of distributed computing architecture, operating system, storage technologies, networking, routine maintenance, recovery and handling of failover of a database.


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