SAN FRANCISCO — Nov. 29, 2012 — Embarcadero Technologies announced today it is hosting a free webinar titled "What's happening to the DBA?" featuring DBA evangelist, Martin Hubel. Two separate sessions will be held for convenience on Dec. 5, 2012.
In the past 30 years, relational databases have moved from query tools to OLTP engines for critical applications and beyond. Applications have changed from in-house development to the deployment of packaged applications. Outsourcing and off-shoring is becoming more popular, while at the same time, there are fewer people to do the job. As organizations evolve, are companies looking to eliminate the role of the DBA or change the role into something else? Join Martin Hubel for an overview of today's DBA landscape, the evolution of DBMS products and the future DBA roles and responsibilities.
Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012
7:00 a.m. PST/ 10:00 a.m. EST
11:00 a.m. PST /2 :00 p.m. EST
To register for a webinar session, visit: http://bit.ly/HubelDBA
About the Presenter
Martin Hubel has both extensive and intensive experience in database design, application architecture, and system administration for relational database management systems, particularly DB2. For the past twenty years, Martin has consulted and taught more than 400 clients worldwide to use DB2 effectively, and designed DB2 product lines for software vendors.
About Embarcadero Technologies
Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider of award-winning tools for application developers and database professionals so they can design systems right, build them faster and run them better, regardless of their platform or programming language. Ninety of the Fortune 100 and an active community of more than three million users worldwide rely on Embarcadero products to increase productivity, reduce costs, simplify change management and compliance, and accelerate innovation. Founded in 1993, Embarcadero is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices located around the world. www.embarcadero.com
Kulesa Faul for Embarcadero Technologies