To ensure adequate transactional capacity, most enterprises have adopted a multi-database strategy—using several different database platforms to store different classes or categories of data. So, there’s been a surge in the number of databases in use at most organizations, with database managers increasingly responsible for numerous instances.
In the multi-database environment, ensuring each individual database operates at its optimal level is critical. And since database platforms don’t all operate the same way, database managers must gain expertise on the multiple platforms. They also must continue to conduct performance tuning, maintain high availability, and ensure data security—again for multiple platforms.
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