Database Architect

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Bachelor's Degree

In the past, when businesses and organizations needed to store information, they’d build libraries and archives. Today, we have more information digitally available than ever before, and as the number of internet users and data continues to grow, data architects are in high demand. They create the blueprint for data infrastructure, designing, storing and organizing an organization’s data.

Also known as: Data Administrator, Data Officer, Database Consultant, Information Architect, Information Modeling Engineer Specialist, Information Technology Architect, System Engineer, Technical Operations Vice President
Social Perceptiveness
Systems Analysis
Systems Evaluation
Design and implement database solutions to store and retrieve company data
Examine and identify database structural necessities according to client needs
Ensure database implementation procedures comply with regulations
Install and organize information systems to guarantee company functionality
Plan and manage data migration
Conduct regular tests and integrate new features to ensure performance
Recommend solutions to improve database systems

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