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OCP Instructors Guide for Oracle DBA Certification

Chapter 9 - Evaluating Third-Party Products

Conclusion

  • Find a champion in upper-management to help you achieve your desired goals.
     

  • The more supporting documentation justifying the product you want and the vendor you have chosen, the easier it will be to obtain management concurrence.  
     

  • Be prepared from the beginning to tell management what problem it solves and how much it costs (they always seem to focus on those two issues first). 

The next chapter could possibly be the most helpful one of all.  It provides some general recommendations on optimizing Oracle administrative tasks.
 


The above text is an excerpt from:


OCP Instructors Guide for Oracle DBA Certification
A Study Guide to Advanced Oracle Certified Professional Database
Administration Techniques

ISBN 0-9744355-3-8

by Christopher T. Foot
 

http://www.rampant-books.com/book_2003_2_OCP_print.htm


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