I'm not so sure this document should be Oracle-specific. SQL Server =
will be entering many organizations because there are a growing number =
if applications which support only it. One of the problems is going to =
handling information in a heterogenous environment. Products such as =
Oracle's Interconnect and MIIS provide means to do so. Oracle has also =
been keen on their datahub. Management of data in an environment which =
includes different ERP vendors as well as different databases is in =
store for many of us, if it hasn't arrived already. =20
Besides addressing data management. You may also want to address user =
management. Do you just support one client. Single signon, =
Smartcards, authentication and authorization, account provisioning. How =
can database technology help here?
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
From: oracle-l-bounce_at_freelists.org =
On Behalf Of Jared Still
Sent: Friday, March 04, 2005 8:47 AM
To: Oracle-L Freelists
Subject: All good things ....
... come to those who wait.
My manager has informed me that he would like me to take
on a role as a database architect rather than 'just' as a DBA.
Good news for me, as that is what I was hired to do at another
job about 52 months ago. Too bad it was at Enron Broadband
But that's not exactly why I am writing here.
One of the tasks in this capacity is to develop a database=20
roadmap for our company. Where the technology is going,
how we should exploit it, etc.
As this is something I have not previously done, I was wondering
if anyone has or knows of examples they can share. It would=20
be nice to see what is typically expected (or not expected) with
this type of a document.
I'm not looking too plagiarize, but just get a better feel for this
type of document, what level of detail it may or may not provide,
that sort of thing.
I have googled for it, but couldn't come up with anything useful.
Certifiable Oracle DBA and Part Time Perl Evangelist