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Title: SQL server DBA Location: Pleasant Prairie, WI (5days at onsite) Duration:1 year Client: Uline Experience: 12+ years SQL Server Database Administrator, is responsible for the performance, security, and availability of an organization's SQL Server databases. They ensure that the databases are properly designed, implemented, and maintained to meet the needs of the business. Some common responsibilities of a SQL DBA include: Installing, configuring, and maintaining SQL Server instances and databases Creating and managing database objects, such as tables, indexes, and constraints Ensuring data integrity and consistency by monitoring database performance and conducting regular backups and restores Optimizing database performance by analyzing query execution plans and making appropriate adjustments to database configuration and schema design Implementing and maintaining database security measures, such as user permissions and access controls Planning for and implementing database upgrades and migrations Troubleshooting and resolving database issues, such as performance bottlenecks, data corruption, and connectivity problems Collaborating with development teams to design and implement database changes that support application requirements Providing technical guidance and support to end users and other IT teams Creating and maintaining documentation related to database design, configuration, and operations. SQL DBAs may also be responsible for monitoring and maintaining other database-related technologies, such as data replication, clustering, and high availability solutions

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