Ensuring Optimal Database Performance in the New Cloud World

    By: Kristin Fields on Sep 12, 2018

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    A Q&A by Joyce Wells, editor at DBTA, featuring Patrick O’Keefe, vice president of engineering at Quest Software

    As database environments evolve, so does the role of the database administrator (DBA). Take the movement to the cloud, for example. While it automates some tasks, like OS patching and backups, and frees up DBAs’ time, data governance, security and privacy become even more critical. And because businesses are demanding higher velocity at a lower risk, this ushers in a cultural change: DevOps, where developers and DBAs must collaborate more closely than before.

    How is DevOps changing the DBA role? What are the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead? Joyce Wells, DBTA editor, spoke with Patrick O’Keeffe, Quest Software vice president of engineering, to learn more. Read the full article here.

    This article is part three in a series of six, between the editors of DBTA and SELECT, on DevOps and the modern enterprise. Catch up on the other articles in the series here:

    Released: September 12, 2018, 7:52 pm | Updated: April 3, 2019, 1:08 pm
    Keywords: Feature | SELECT Journal | DBTA | DevOps | DevOps and the Modern Enterprise | SELECT | SELECT Journal

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