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Posted Oct 7, 2010

No Time to Tune Performance Issues Say Database Professionals

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Most DBAs don’t need a survey to realize they wished they had more time in the day, from the survey, respondents said they wish they had more time to:

  • just had more time to tune
  • fix poor SQL code
  • monitor the database more
  • learn new skills or technologies
  • keeping skills up to date
  • test new database features
“The lines between DBAs and developers are continuing to blur, with more production DBAs getting involved in non-production environments and traditional developers using SQL on a regular basis,” said Kyle Hailey, program manager for database performance and optimization products at Embarcadero." At the end of the day, both groups have equitable concerns and goals – namely, how to tune and improve the performance of SQL code without making it an enormous time suck.”
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