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Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
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  • 1. Chapter 2 Creating Database Environment
  • 2. Organizational strategy
    • Choosing a DBMS
      • Personal
      • Mini
      • Mainframe
        • Oracle
        • DB2
        • SQL Server
        • Informix
        • Adaptive Server Enterprise (Sybase)
  • 3. DBMS Factors
    • Operating system support
    • Type of organization
    • Benchmarks
    • Scalability
    • Availability of support
    • technicians
  • 4. Factors continued
    • Cost of ownership
    • Release schedule
    • references
  • 5. TPC
    • Transaction Processing Performance Council
      • Independent, not-for-profit that manages and administers performance benchmark tests
  • 6. Terms
    • Clustering
      • Use of multiple computing systems working together as a single, highly available system
        • Shared disk
          • Share same devices
        • Shared nothing
          • Each has own private resources
  • 7. Policies & procedures
    • Need to have policies for introducing any new DBMS product
      • Hardware issues
      • Compatibility issues
      • Security issues
  • 8. Installation Issues
    • Hardware requirements
    • Storage requirements
      • Catalogs
      • System database
      • Log files
      • Startup or control files
      • Work files
  • 9. continued
      • Default databases
      • Temporary database structures
      • System dump and error processing files
      • DBA databases for monitoring, etc.
    • Memory requirements
      • Buffer pools – data cache that reduce physical I/O requests
      • Program cache (SQL, authorizations, database structure blocks)
  • 10. continued
    • Configuring the DBMS
    • Connecting the DBMS to supporting infrastructure software
      • Networks
      • Transaction processing monitors
      • Message queues
      • Programming languages
      • System software
      • JCL
      • Web servers
      • Application servers
  • 11. continued
    • Installation verification
    • Environments
    • Upgrading DBMS versions & releases
      • Version has many changes and new features
      • Release has minor changes and not as many new features
  • 12. continued
    • Features and complexity
    • Complexity of environment
    • Reputation of vendor
    • Support policies (older versions)
    • Organization style
    • DBA staff skill set
    • Platform support
    • Fall back planning (if new version fails)
  • 13. continued
    • Migration verification
  • 14. DB Standards & Procedures
    • Database naming conventions
      • Use standard abbreviations
      • May tie to application areas
    • Roles & responsibilities
    • Data standards
      • Overall policy for data & importance
      • Data ownership & stewardship
  • 15. Standards continued
      • Rules for data creation
      • Metadata management policy
      • Conceptual & logical data modeling
      • Enterprise goals
      • Responsibility for creating and maintaining logical models
      • Guidelines for tool usage
      • Data sharing policies
  • 16. Standards continued
      • Instructions on how to document physical database changes
      • Guidelines on communication between data administrators and DBAs
    • Database Administration standards
    • System administration standards
    • Database application development standards
  • 17. Standards continued
    • Database security standards
    • Application migration and turnover procedures
      • Unit testing
      • Integration testing
      • User acceptance testing
      • Quality assurance
      • education
  • 18. Standards continued
    • Design review guidelines
    • Operational support standards
  • 19. DBMS Education
    • DBMS overview – 1 day management level
    • Data modeling & database design – for DAs and DBAs
    • Database adm – technical for DBAs, SAs, and system programmers
    • Intro to SQL – all DB users
  • 20. Education continued
      • Advanced DQL – DBAs and programmers
      • Database Programming – application programmers and systems analysts

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