Large and more complex databases require database management applications such as Microsoft Access and Microsoft SQL. Although these applications provide the bulk of database management functionalities, the ongoing performance and efficiency of the database will depend largely on the interpretation and engineering of the database around the individual applications or type of data. A database administrator (DBA) would regularly review and measure the performance of database in relation to individual applications and will fine tune the database to extract maximum efficiency and performance. In addition, a DBA will also carry out routine tasks such as backup, archiving, table and schema management.

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