n. A person who is responsible for a database system, particularly for defining the rules by which data is stored and accessed. Usually, the database administrator is also responsible for database integrity, security, performance, and recovery.
DBA - The person who is responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining a database system. Responsibilities include compiling, accessing, and retrieving data. Ensures database integrity, security, performance, and recovery.
responsible for the planning, implementation, configuration, and administration of relational database management systems. Database administrators are normally proficient with one or more popular database software packages, such as Oracle or Microsoft SQL Server, and are normally familiar with one or more database query languages, such as SQL or MySQL. Database administrators sometimes hold certifications such as Certifed Oracle Database Administrator.
A WebDB user having the DBA role. The DBA role provides the user access to all WebDB menus and all privileges, including creating and dropping users, assigning build and browse privileges to users, and assigning roles to users.
A person or group responsible for the physical aspects of the database management system and applications. The database administrator works with the systems administrator to ensure a stable, reliable and recoverable DBMS environment.
The user with the permissions required to maintain the database. The DBA is generally responsible for all changes to a database schema, and for managing users and user groups. The role of database administrator is automatically built into databases as user ID DBA with password SQL.
An individual or department responsible for the security and information classification of the shared data stored on a database system. This responsibility includes the design, definition and maintenance of the database.
(1) A person responsible for the operation and maintenance of an ORACLE Server or a database application. The database administrator monitors its use in order to customize it to meet the needs of the local community of users. (2) An ORACLE username that has been given DBA privileges and can perform database administration functions. Usually the two meanings coincide. There may be more than one DBA per site.
(1) A person responsible for operating and maintaining an Oracle Server or a database application. (2) An Oracle username that has been given DBA privileges and can perform database administration functions. Usually the two meanings coincide. Many sites have multiple DBAs.
Person who manages and coordinates database activities by creating and maintaining the data dictionary, managing security of the database, monitoring database performance, and checking backup and recovery procedures. 13.30