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Topic: DBA are not necessary any more!

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Re: DBA are not necessary any more!

Vadim Lejnin;
Surrenders to me that now instead of struggle against curve requests and algorithms there will be a struggle with

 Caching, indexing, parallel performance, allocation, data compression - are optimized automatically and the system adapts for change of given 

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Re: DBA are not necessary any more!

Vadim Lejnin;
It already the sixth version "without " on my storage.
If each version all , how many  serviced Oracle V2?

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Vadim Lejnin;
Considering the software license agreement, who will be clear to pay for the autopilot

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And nowadays there;
[quote =] That engine, now available in Oracle Database 10g, is known as Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM). To arrive at a decision, ADDM
uses the data collected by AWR. In the above discussion, ADDM can see that the buffer busy waits are occurring, pull the appropriate data to see
the segments on which it occurs, evaluate its nature and composition, and finally offer solutions to the DBA. After each snapshot collection by AWR;
the ADDM is invoked to examine the metrics and generate recommendations. So, in effect you have a full-time robotic DBA analyzing the data and
generating recommendations proactively, freeing you to attend to more strategic issues
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Aha "full-time robotic DBA" appeared with an output 10g.:-D