Oracle DBA v/s IIS Admin : What to choose?

By kartik.mody kartik.mody Points: 30 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 9/26/2010 11:27:03 AM | Views: 1834 | Points: 30

I have total 10.7 years of experience including 6 years of my WEB domain experience, however I have worked on ASP 3.0,.NET 2.0, MOSS2007, ORACLE10 g as DBAIIS 6.0(WEB Admin-Security Fixes), so now which field I should got ahead with any certification which would boost my career and my area of intereest is into Oracl/IIS Admin so please refer my resume for my detail work experience and what ahead 'i needs to do to built my future ahead, kindly assist me ahead.

Thanks and regards,

Sainath's Advice on Sunday, October 31, 2010 :
Hi Kartik,

My opinion about this:

1) DBA in Oracle - this is a well paying area. However, when you say you have worked in this area I hope you have done the following - DB performance tuning, DB capacity planning, DB monitoring & control, DB design for new projects,etc. The area is specialized but there is enough to learn - many DBAs do not tend to go beyond monitoring the DB thus restricting their skills

2) IIS Admin - this is a niche but important profile. Many companies whose entire software has been hosted on IIS usually require such a profile as part of their service delivery engagement.

Your overall profile seems to suggest that you have dabbled with many things - but identify your main area of interest against your aptitude and then make a choice.


Sainath Sherigar,

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