A database administrator, or DBA, is responsible for maintaining, securing, and operating databases and also ensures that data is correctly stored and retrieved. In addition, DBAs often work with developers to design and implement new features and troubleshoot any issues.
What Do Database Administrators Do?
·Implementing data policies, procedures, standards.
·Planning and development of an organization's enterprise data model.
·Resolving data conflicts.
·Managing data repositories.
·Optimizing data warehouse, lake and other storage.