Database administration (DBA) staffing remained steady in 2022, even though organizations are capturing and analyzing greater amounts of data. One reason DBA staffing levels are not rising is technology, specifically AI/ML, which is assisting DBAs in collecting, sorting, managing, and controlling ever-larger volumes of data. The Research Byte summarizes this full report on database administration staffing ratios. (25pp., 10 figs.)
Database Administration Staffing Ratios 2022
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