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Posted Monday, December 28, 2009 2:36 AM
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Cloud Computing - No need to have a DBA ?
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Posted Monday, December 28, 2009 8:47 AM


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Yep, no need for a dba.

Need fewer developers too since you can use objects already developed in the cloud.

It's the end of IT!


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Posted Tuesday, December 29, 2009 10:43 AM
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cfr "don't need to understand code in a object oniented programming language, just use it"

You'll still need to desing your objects, but in the cloud, you shouldn't need to worry about backup/recovery, failover, ...

Keep in mind : a could starts with fog !

You need to demystify your fog curtain.


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cfr "don't need to understand code in a object oniented programming language, just use it"

You'll still need to desing your objects, but in the cloud, you shouldn't need to worry about backup/recovery, failover, ...

Keep in mind : a could starts with fog !

You need to demystify your fog curtain.


or - make sure you clean your beer goggles....:) Sometimes the lack of clarity is simply localized right round you.....


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Cloud Computing - No need to have a DBA ?
How do you think ?


When the Cloud scale to one terabyte in two months for required RDBMS uses like HR and other normal internal uses. In the interim it is hype with limited implementation for most Fortune 1000 companies.





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Posted Wednesday, May 11, 2011 2:13 AM


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Using SQL Azure, DBAs still need to manage schema creation, statistics management, index tuning, query optimization, and security administration (logins, users, roles, etc.).

Database administration in SQL Azure differs most from SQL Server in terms of physical administration. SQL Azure automatically replicates all data to provide high availability. SQL Azure also manages load balancing and, in case of a server failure, transparent fail-over to a healthy machine hosting one of the backup copies of your database.

To provide this level of physical administration, you cannot control the physical resources of SQL Azure. For example, you cannot specify the physical hard drive or file group where a database or index will reside. Because the computer file system is not accessible and all data is automatically replicated. The SQL Azure service still backs up all databases; however they are not accessible to regular users.


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Still need of DBAs for a company which one offering Cloud Services but All organization will not adopt because there is a problem of data security and privacy,some restriction also there like speedy internet required for the transactions

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No worries. The day that database administrators and developers are no longer needed; I'll just gracefully walk out the door and ride off into the sunset in my flying car.


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yup no DBA is the way to go - funny I always seem to end up in contracts with companies who thought that way! On the plus side it enables me to charge more < grin >
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Cloud is a marketing ploy - if you're an international company ( my current client is active in nearly 100 countries ) and our data centre is based in the UK - I figure that counts as cloud as it's not in any of our offices and we all access it through the internet. Oh yes and I'm a DBA !


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