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What does DA stand for?

DA stands for Database Administration

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Database Administration generally covers topics such as components of a database, creating a database, creating users and roles, granting privileges to users and roles, database backup and recovery, database performance tuning, data import and export, and database administration.
StrataVia will be demonstrating Data Palette, which enables DBAs to standardize and automate many tasks they perform for Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, IBM DB2, and other databases DENVER -- StrataVia Corporation, a provider of database administration (DBA) products and services for Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and IBM DB2, will be demonstrating Data Palette 3.
Fast growing database administration products and services start-up appoints Andre Cuenin, formerly CA's VP of Worldwide Sales Operations, to lead the company's sales expansion DENVER -- StrataVia Corporation, a provider of database administration (DBA) products and services for Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and IBM DB2, announced today the appointment of CA veteran Andre Cuenin to the position of Vice President of Worldwide Sales.
com, Media News Group Interactive and Restoration Hardware are using Data Palette to automate standardized business processes for database administration ExtraQuest, a provider of database administration services, announced today it has renamed the company StrataVia Corporation(TM) and introduced Data Palette 3.
The addition of Oracle-style packages and sequences and the improvement in our database administration capabilities have made EnterpriseDB more attractive than ever to organizations seeking to leverage their Oracle investments while realizing the benefits and cost savings of open source software," said Andy Astor, chief executive officer of EnterpriseDB.