Database Administrator by OpenXcell
Hire a certified Database Administrator or a team of experienced Database Administrators for the creation of a new database, maintaining or upgrading existing ones. With complete knowledge of the database systems and their various updates, our Database Administrators ensure you a robust backend for your business solution.
Database Administrators(DBAs) are highly skilled in all the areas of database management ranging from installation, configuration, and upgrades to database backup, recovery, disaster recovery, etc. With years of experience in different database technologies, our DBAs are updated with all the latest trends, features, and functionalities to incorporate into your backend system.
You can hire Database Administrators depending on your requirements, budget, and team. We offer various engagement models to provide you with complete flexibility in hiring resources for your project as and when required. Also, you can choose from a pricing model in your budget from our offerings, hourly, monthly, or yearly.
- Experienced, skilled, & dedicated Database Administrators
- Reduce 60% of database development costs
- Ensure project privacy with strict NDA signed documents
- Complete database authorization & premium quality
- Highly skilled in database design and structuring
- Flexible engagement models
Technical expertise our resources hold
Our Database Administrators ensure that your database is constantly monitored and mitigate any issues at any point in time. With our DBAs monitoring your system, you can focus on other important business tasks.
Tiered database services
We provide different tier-based services to ensure that our clients get the maximum value for their money. It includes different services in different tiers, such as complete support, patching, system optimization, etc.
Get a complete end-to-end database solution designed by our expert Database Administrator to provide support in every aspect from designing to development and optimization.
Periodic report generation
Our certified Database Administrator provides reports periodically so that you can get a complete view of your database, entire system and you can decide on the next steps to be taken.
Professional DBA support
With professional DBA support by OpenXcell, you can stay rest assured about any issues with the database, any glitches in the system or to overcome any hurdles.
Backup and restore
If you want to upgrade your database or migrate completely to a new one, our DB administrators provide reliable backup and restore services for your system.
Our pricing plans, alongwith a free trial of 2 weeks
Hire our experienced resources on an hourly basis if you have a short-term project or need a specific service.
If your requirements are pretty much specific and need someone long-term, get a resource on a monthly basis.
Share your project requirements
Drop your requirements or fill the form. We analyze your needs and share the overall estimation of time, resources, tech stacks, etc.
Select a perfect match after screening our candidates that match your requirements and can suit your team.
Sign a contract & get going
We sign a non-disclosure agreement along with various documents, and the resource is added to your team to start development.
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Frequently Asked Questions
A remote Database Administrator (DBA) supervises the installation and operation of a database for your organization or business remotely. Virtual private networks are frequently used by remote Database Administrators to maintain security, decide which software to add to the database, and remotely access any machine that requires assistance. Some DBAs are in charge of monitoring data in a database, assisting with software design, and reviewing code submitted by other employees before allowing it to be used on the database. Some factors differ depending on the industry.
You can hire a SQL Database Administrator with very few simple steps. Share your requirements by filling up a form to tell us which resource you need and how much experience the resource should hold. Then you can screen our candidates to choose which SQL Database Administrator can suit your team and finally sign a contract to kick start the development.
When you hire a Database Administrator from OpenXcell, you are free to choose the desired pricing model depending upon your project’s requirements. We offer three hiring models, viz. hourly, monthly, and yearly. The rate starts from $18/hour on an hourly basis, $2,399/month on a monthly basis, and $18,999/year. These rates are the starting rates and will be subject to increase depending upon their experience and experts.
Apart from streamlining, structuring, organizing, and managing your entire database system, a Database Administrator can be a lot more beneficial. Some of the major reasons to hire a DBA are,
- Adoption of the latest trends and best practices
- Enhance database security
- Constant performance monitoring
- Periodic backup of the database to avoid loss of data
- Database recovery
A Database Administrator is responsible for ensuring that a database functions smoothly. The position involves a range of talents since it is a demanding function that requires attention, reasoning, and an energetic personality that can manage under pressure. DBAs monitor, repair, and develop databases within a business. To guarantee that the data remains consistent and well-defined, most database administrators are trained to diagnose the system-wide database and rectify any faults that develop. They’re also in charge of putting in place adequate backup methods for data recovery in the event of a disaster, as well as supplying the system with the required security precautions. In a nutshell, a DBA is responsible for all elements of a database system.
A Database Administrator and a Data Administrator have totally different roles. A Data Administrator is responsible for handling data in the form of devising data models, data flow design, analyzing the type of data, data authorization, data strategizing, establishing policies, and more. Whereas, a Database Administrator handles the entire database system, right from designing the database, ensuring database security, backup and recovery planning, and enforcement of policies, to complete ownership of anything happening to the database.
When you are thinking to hire a DBA for your company or project, some of the major skills that you should look for in them are,
- Database design
- Data modeling
- Data backup and recovery
- SQL code reviews
- Database schema creation
- Metadata management
- Repository usage management
- Data security
- ERP and business management
There are numerous aspects that you need to consider when you are thinking of hiring a Database Administrator. Here are a few things you need to strictly consider are,
- Type of DBA required for your organization or business
- Judging the requirement of DBA, whether full-time or part-time
- Knowledge of SQL
- Tools and technology awareness
- Experience in relevant industry
- Client feedback
- Experience with relational, non-relational, SQL, NoSQL, and other databases
- Database design experience
- Knowledge of database security practices
A Database Administrator is responsible for designing and managing the entire database system for any project, company, or business. This management encompasses numerous responsibilities. Some of them are enlisted here,
- Data integrity management
- Data extraction
- Data transformation
- Data migration and loading
- Software installation
- Data handling
- Monitoring performance
- Data backup and recovery
- Database security
Depending upon the roles, responsibilities, skills, and technical knowledge, the different types of Database Administrators are defined. Some of the most common types of DBAs are,
- System DBA
- Application DBA
- Database Architect
- Database Analyst
- Performance Analyst
- Data Warehouse Administrator
- Cloud DBA
- Task-oriented DBA