21. October 2015 01:13
In the past 25 years I have been Database Architect, software architect, Database developer, Software Developer but what I like the most is been a Solution Architect. One role for which I have been involved since day one is DBA. Most of the time because no one what to play this role. This essential practice has evolve drastically in the past 5 years. Has an independent consultant I participate in many different projects and I see many DBA stuck in their old way of doing thing with very little knowledge of the new tools and trends in the industry. The best example of this is NoSQL. Many DBA think NoSQL is just for the Dev guy’s and it will go away like the Harper government. You may be right about the Harper government but NoSQL is here to stay and it’s something that is more related to the DBA role. These are all points that I am talking about in my sessions call The Modern DBA. Come see this presentation in Ottawa and Vancouver.
Ottawa October 22nd at the Ottawa SQL PASS chapter
Vancouver October 27th at the SQLCamp