MySQL Administrator


MySQL is the most popular database across the globe adopted by almost all development organizations to extend and scale the performance of their software. Being an open-source, MySQL saves on cost significantly and ensures quality product as it maintains a large community of proficient developers, who constantly work towards the improvement of this database platform.

Many of the world's largest and fastest-growing organizations use MySQL to save time and money powering their high-volume Web sites, critical business systems, and packaged software.

Why MySQL is most popular among organizations is because its community maintains and follows certain values to make MySQL and impeccable solution from small to large data centers. According to them, MySQL database should be as follows:


  • The best and the most-used database in the world for online applications
  • Available and affordable for all
  • Easy to use
  • Continuously improved while remaining fast, secure and reliable
  • Fun to use and improve
  • Free from bugs

What's the use of great database if it doesn't perform well? This is where DBA-24x7 comes in the picture. MySQL Administrator at DBA-24x7 is responsible for the design, implementation, maintenance and repair of an organization's MySQL database. Carrying an enormous amount of responsibility, our MySQL Administrators administer, develop, maintain and implement the policies and procedures necessary to ensure the security and integrity of the corporate database.

MySQL Administrator at DBA-24x7 also performs activities that include security, architecture, warehousing, and/or business analysis. Our MySQL Administrator closely work with company's important data and leverages company's performance and productivity giving them 100% server uptime and optimized database.

MySQL Administrator, at DBA-24x7, mainly performs the following activities:


  • Transferring Data
  • Replicating Data
  • Maintaining database and ensuring its availability to users
  • Controlling privileges and permissions to database users
  • Monitoring database performance
  • Database backup and recovery
  • Database security
  • Implementation of data models