Database Administration

DBA Services

Triton understands that knowledgeable DBAs can be and in some cases is the back bone of successful large organizations. DBAs serve as a bridge between Software Design Engineers and the end users or the customers. DBAs serve as a bridge between the Program Manager, Software Engineers and the customers in terms of providing technical language translations between the three allowing the customer to forward their design requirements and request through the DBA to the Program Manager and the Software Design Engineer. In addition to providing the above skills and capabilities, Triton understands that DBAs are qualified to provide the ability to learn Software Applications and serve as Software Application Instructors with the technical flexibility of installing and upgrading Software Applications "On Site", providing "On Site" technical support and over the shoulder training. Triton understands that DBAs can be a dynamic source of Knowledge, Skills and Capabilities and that is how Triton employs and delivers its DBAs.

DBA Services Encapsulate The Following Capabilities

Recoverability - Creating and Testing Databases Backups

Integrity - Verifying or helping to verify data integrity

Security - Defining and or implementing access controls to the data

Availability - Ensuring maximum uptime

Performance - Monitoring and ensuring maximum database performance

Development/Testing Support - Helping programmers and engineers to efficiently utilize the databases

Standard DBA Skills

Installation of new software - It is the job of the DBA to install new versions of DBMS software, application software, and other software related to DBMS administration.

Configuration of hardware and software with the system administrator - In many cases, the system software can only be accessed by the system administrator. In this case, the DBA must work closely with the system administrator to perform software installations, and to configure hardware and software so that it functions optimally with the DBMS.

Security Administration - One of the main duties of the DBA is to monitor and administer DBMS security. This involves adding and removing users, administering quotas, auditing, and checking for security problems.

Data analysis - The DBA will frequently be called on to analyze the data stored in the database and to make recommendations relating to performance and efficiency of that data storage. This might relate to the more effective use of indexes, enabling "Parallel Query" execution, or other DBMS specific features.

Database design (preliminary) - The DBA is often involved at the preliminary database-design stages. Through the involvement of the DBA, many problems that might occur can be eliminated. The DBA knows the DBMS and system, can point out potential problems, and can help the development team with special performance considerations. The DBA is responsible for the administration of existing enterprise databases and the analysis, design, and creation of new databases.

Data modeling and Optimization - By modeling the data, it is possible to optimize the system layout to take the most advantage of the I/O subsystem.

Business Contact
Justin Kwong

Triton has provided Advanced Technology Solutions and Services to both the public and private sector communities since 1994.

Our Mission

To strengthen our clients with successful cutting-edge solutions to their business challenges.

Our Vision

To be a solutions and services industry leader in our selective markets and a benchmark company in terms of quality customer service and growth.