- installing and regularly upgrading the Oracle database software. This requires expertise in Oracle and its corresponding application tools.
- using database and coding knowledge to create database Storage structures, known as tablespaces, that store the data of Web applications. They are responsible for ensuring these structures are created with information security in mind.
- changing to database structures based on company needs.
- using their Oracle expertise and knowledge of database management to find and address the cause of the malfunction.
- Understand the theories and components that make the system function. They also need knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL) to create and alter database structures.
- Oracle DBAs need a working knowledge of programming languages such as HTML and XML.
- Oracle DBAs are people who thrive in a collaborative environment; they rarely work independently.
- Designing databases using Oracle Software and knowledge of SQL
- Testing database applications to ensure functionality
- Collaborating with other Oracle DBAs to implement structures
- Performing regular security updates to keep user data safe
- Helping users to navigate and use database functions