Disaster Recovery and Continuity for the Database Administrator, Part 2

Tuesday Oct 21st 2008 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

There are many ways to protect your critical database applications in event of an unplanned outage or disaster — and some of them may even help your company in other ways.

[From Enterprise Storage Forum]

As we noted in Part 1 of this series, database administrators are critical to the success of any disaster recovery scenario.

There are many key roles that are critical to the success of the database administrator. A server administrator will have to install and set up the server. A system administrator will be needed to install and set up the operating system. A storage administrator will be necessary to duplicate the disks accordingly. Application developers will need to assist with troubleshooting errors detected by the user community. These are some of the people that a database administrator will rely on.

The article continues at http://www.enterprisestorageforum.com/continuity/features/article.php/3779546

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