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    One of the common misconceptions about any cloud-based Relational Database Service is that it is essentially a "DBA-as-a-Service" - all of the database administration tasks are handled by the cloud provider, and there is no need for a DBA to provide her functional expertise. In other words, there is no need for a DBA in any organization's cloud transformation.

    Again ...a misconception.



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