What Do Database Engineers Do?
A database engineer creates and manages databases for a company or organization. This involves designing and building databases to suit a purpose. The database engineer must also install and configure the database. The database engineer must make sure that the databases are secure and that they function properly.
Once a database is implemented, the database engineer must carry out constant testing and monitoring to make sure that the database is functioning as it should. This often requires t…Read more
- Install, upgrade, and maintain databases.
- Document database schemas and models, including functions, tables, and stored procedures as well as data dictionaries.
- Monitor databases and apply patches, execute scripts, and create backups to ensure access and the consistency of data.
- Support and maintain software to interface with databases.