||"Astadia Data Migration Specialists are involved in the planning, design, creation and migration of databases for modernizing legacy mainframe systems. Data Migration Specialists work closely with computer analysts and software engineers to redeploy mainframe
data and applications to Cloud and On-premises distributed platforms. Data Migration Specialists report to the tech lead during project assignment, and to the Practice VP for all other matters.
• Design, develop and implement database systems based on customer requirements.
• Optimize database systems for performance efficiency.
• Prepare design specifications and functional documentations for assigned database projects.
• Perform space management and capacity planning for database systems.
• Develop database tables and dictionaries.
• Ensure data quality and integrity in databases.
• Identify any issues related to database performance and provide corrective measures.
• Create complex functions, scripts, stored procedures and triggers to support application development.
• Participate in database design and architecture to support application development projects.
• Test databases and perform bug fixes.
• Troubleshoot database related issues in a timely fashion.
• Develop security procedures to protect databases from unauthorized usage.
• Evaluate existing database and recommend improvements for performance efficiency.
• Develop best practices for database design and development activities."
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