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CHAPTER 2: Now What Do I Do
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manager will be able to quickly affirm all the great work you have been doing (let s just assume you have been doing great work and not sitting on your arse all day). You will be able to track your progress easily, and eventually you can prepare a brief summary or presentation that details your progress over your first few months.
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If your company has in-house development teams, take some time to meet and greet them. They are going to figure most prominently in your success in the coming months. Find out what projects they are working on and what roadblocks they are currently facing, and see if there is an opportunity for you to offer assistance. There is no question that the developers are going to keep you very busy. The developers will be the ones that look to push the limits with the technologies at their disposal. The end result will be an abundance of little training opportunities for you to take advantage of. Fill up the transaction log Let me understand more about what you were trying to do. Filled up the entire log drive Your remote query has bad performance Your stored procedure with 27 nested cursors is taking too long Here, let me help you with that, and perhaps we can find a better way to get the job done. Will every developer want to be your friend Absolutely not it is rare to be somewhere where everyone gets along at all times. If you come across a developer that believes they know more than anyone else in the room, you can sit back and chuckle because you already know that the DBAs are the smartest, otherwise you wouldn t always be called to fix their problems all day long.
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Depending on your shop, you may or may not have duties. Many DBAs focus only on the administration of the server instances and leave the O/S administration to others. If that is the case for you, then you need to make an effort to get to know this team. The server administrators have their fingers on the pulse of the whole company. They know which systems are most important, and they know where to find some extra hardware when you are in a pinch.
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It s a huge help if you are on friendly terms with the sys admins that manage your servers. If a DBA can be comfortable in sitting down with a sys admin to troubleshoot a problem together, well, I m not sure it gets any better than that. System administrators are also going to be the ones to build out your infrastructure. It is vital that you are aware of the hardware you are using, as well as the hardware that might be coming in the door. If your company is looking to implement a storage area
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CHAPTER 2: Now What Do I Do
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network (SAN), they will not be asking you how to configure it; they will be asking someone on the server team. Since a SAN can and will have dramatic impacts on database servers, you need to be involved in those discussions. Ideally you will be invited to the table to discuss such things early on, and the more time you spend with the server team, the better chance you have to know about what changes are coming your way. You are also going to frequently be needed to help the developers and the server administrators talk to and understand each other. Why is that the case Well, think of yourself as the universal translator. Developers know code, and they know various facets of the business; and because they focus on those items daily, they are not spending time racking servers, installing routers, replacing hard disks, allocating space on the SAN, and so forth. Server administrators do those things, but they do not know how to code or build applications that will drive the business forward at the same speed as a developer. Unfortunately these two groups rarely interface unless there is a problem (or an opportunity to point fingers at each other). That is where you come in. The developers can point their fingers at you and explain what the roadblock is at the moment, and you can turn and speak to the server administrators in a language they can understand. Without you, that does not happen, frustrations levels rise, and your shop ends up spending far too much money on hardware to solve issues that could be remedied by altering a few lines of code. So by meeting with both groups, you continue to brush up on your language skills and help to keep the peace, and ultimately you can also help to reduce costs.
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