Provided support for the maintenance, performance, and security of the systems, including the addition of new hardware, software, and operating system, backup, recovery, and communication.
Responsible for the administration, maintenance, and support of all the systems and applications including the creation of new servers, security, network, and operating system, and also involved in the development of a new Server
Managed and maintained Oracle databases, including network administration, performance tuning, security, application support, installation, deployment, troubleshooting, problem management, and communication.
Security Administration: Responsible for the creation, maintenance, and support of all the Unix/Linux operating systems, including the help of NAS, SAN, and computer systems.
Implemented and maintained network security, including creating and maintaining user accounts, and communication with Exchange, and other operating systems.
Performed security and network evaluations for the helpdesk and provided support for the disaster recovery and business continuity plan. Implemented the migration of the Exchange 2007 to 2010.
Oracle Database Administrator
Perform daily DBA tasks including installation, configuration, monitoring, backup, and troubleshooting. Responsible for the development of databases and clients.
Production support of Oracle ERP database, including: Oracle Exadata, and Unix/Linux. Worked with the data Center team to create and maintain the data.
Created new tablespaces and added new tablespaces to the tablespaces and resizing the tablespaces redo logs. This involved in the upgrade of the application.
Worked with the development team to resolve issues and troubleshoot any issues. Also, worked on the upgrade of the application.
Implemented and maintained Oracle database and application environments. Also, worked on the change requests and enhancements. This includes the creation of new users, roles, profiles, grants, and privileges.
Responsible for creating and maintaining database objects like tables, views, indexes, procedures, functions, packages, Triggers, stored procedures, functions, Cursors, indexes, sequences, and Synonyms.