Data architect, The rise of the developer DBA

Let the database take care of itself. The DBA of the future has more important things to do.

From the developerWorks archives

Robert Catterall

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: August 01, 2011

With the development of autonomic features in DB2®, DBAs are taking their careers forward in new and interesting ways. Robert Catterall talks about how they are leveraging their SQL knowledge and experience to speed application development projects in many companies.

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