FLEETCOR

Senior Oracle Database Aministrator

Database Administrator in Peachtree Corners, GA

Posted 2019-11-07
Description

• All aspects of database administration including installation, configuration, upgrades, patching, migration, capacity planning, performance tuning, backup and recovery.
• Responsible for evaluating patch releases from Oracle and communicating constraints, issues, and timelines for deployment.
• Change management including maintenance of multiple development, test, QA, and production environments. Responsible for deploying approved changes to production.
• 24x7 rotational (4 to 5 weeks) on-call support, including driving Root Cause Analysis (RCA), preventative action follow-through, and participation in weekly operations reviews.
• Proactive database monitoring and issue resolution.
• Database and PL/SQL optimization including performance tuning, query optimization and supportability.
• Actively participate and contribute to projects involving enterprise systems enhancements.
• Implementation and ongoing support of high availability architecture (standby logical/physical clustering RAC, Veritas, hot standby databases, etc.)
• Create and maintain appropriate documentation about the database and the data architecture.
• Regular proactive capacity planning and tending reviews of all oracle databases. Producing weekly, monthly management reports.
• Develop and implement Database security policies and procedures, in line with corporate objectives

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