We help you to find your database professional

Databases are electronic management systems that efficiently map large amounts of data without time limits, without contradiction and also provide a multitude of complex information. In the corporate and business context, databases ensure the structured representation of customer, goods or inventory information and, for example in the form of ERP systems, map the entire production process. The database, in this sense also to be understood as database or data stock, stands for the sum of the available information and forms the basis for the database management system or database system, in short DBMS or DBS. The latter manages the database, has direct access to the corresponding information and enables targeted queries through a corresponding database language. In order to manage databases and thus meet the high demands of digitisation, qualified IT professionals are required. As a leading HR consultancy in the digital sector, PALTRON identifies candidates on the market with complex executive search processes and data-based recruiting profiles that meet your individual requirements. With the help of our large network, the constantly growing pool of candidates and algorithm-driven search strategies, we will find the right IT experts for you.

Without professional data administration, companies lose competitive advantage

Since the 1960s, databases have become increasingly important in the context of the development of computer technologies and digitisation, and the possibilities of queries have developed continuously ever since. Databases can contain data records on a manageable scale up to stocks far in the millions.

As already stated, the database management system plays a central role in the systematic collection, maintenance and administration of data. In this respect, it can also be understood as an interface between external queries and the database itself. A database administrator (DBA) manages and configures database management systems. It is also responsible for guaranteeing current security standards. This position is therefore of great importance in all corporate structures, since constant database maintenance is indispensable for corporate success.

Data records are structured according to different patterns and form the basis of every database. The hierarchical structure, also comparable with a tree diagram, is the oldest database model. The data records are connected to a single superior predecessor (record). Links between different levels are not possible here, and the hierarchical structure is particularly susceptible to disruptions and attacks, as these run from top to bottom. In the relational structure, the data is stored and managed in table format, the data objects are related to each other. The database language SQL (Structured Query Language) realizes queries in the relational structure. MY SQL, Oracle, MY SQL Server or Sybase are the standard languages for relational databases. While in the network database model data records are connected to each other like in a network, object-oriented database models represent object classes and subclasses - PostgreQSL is a prominent example here.

In the meantime, databases have established themselves as merchandise management systems (ERP), enterprise resource planning (ERP), content management systems (CMS) or customer relationship management (CRM) in the corporate environment and form the backbone of important company areas due to the constant availability of relevant data records.

 

In order to guarantee the successful management and administration of your database systems in the long term, we at PALTRON are looking for the right IT experts for you. As a leading HR consultancy, we use executive search processes for this purpose and, in addition to professional expertise, attach particular importance to cultural fit.

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Josef Günthner

Josef Günthner

Co-founder & Managing Director

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Daniel Wernicke

Daniel Wernicke

Managing Director

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+49 (0) 40 180 241 180

Verena Netscher

Verena Netscher

Director

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+49 (0) 40 180 241 180

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