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For a project at our client’s site in Zurich or Basel, we are looking for an experienced

Database Engineer - MS SQL Server (60 - 100%) (6652)

Your Qualifications:

- Profound experience in setting up, operate and conduct performance optimizations of the data backend

- Able to design and implement high available and resilient database systems, including backup/restore and disaster recovery strategies

- Know-how in the optimization of T-SQL and PL/SQL queries and indexes, using execution plans, extended events

- Strong Shell and PowerShell scripting skills

- Detailed know-how of MS SQL Server and related Microsoft products and technologies, (e.g. SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS))

- Know-how on security management and configuration baselines for MS SQL

- Experience with current HA implementations, e.g. log shipping, AlwaysOn configuration, backup/restore mgmt

- Know-How and experience with Azure SQL

- You are fluent (written and spoken) in English, German language skills are preferred

Your Responsibilities:

- As part of an inspiring team (you can either work in Zürich or Basel), you are responsible for some of our most important applications

- You are ready to take a leading role with the implementation of new applications and application components

- As an engineer, you are responsible to define technical requirements and to implement (and document) the system

- You collaborate with other teams, experts and business stakeholders to find the optimal solution

- You ensure reliable and efficient operational processes for business-critical applications. This includes implementing high available and resilient application architectures and responsibility for the ALM process - change, incident and problem management, troubleshooting in context of 2nd level support, updates and system patching

- Where required, you coordinate and collaborate with internal and external partners (global dev- & ops teams, handover to 3rd level support, vendor management)

Off to new destinations! Apply now directly on jobs@iet.ch or contact our team on +41 44 485 44 99.

Im Rahmen der Ausbildung von Werkstudenten bekam der Autor Torsten Ahlemeyer den Auftrag, diesen die Grundzüge der Data Definition Language (DDL) und der Data Manipulation Language (DML) näher zu bringen.

Er konstruierte eine Aufgabenstellung, einen Spezialfall des sogenannten "Rucksack"-Problems., das in der wissenschaftlichen Ausbildung der Mathematik und Informatik verallgemeinert als "Teilsummenproblem" bekannt ist.

Die Lösung mit T-SQL findet Ihr hier:

https://www.informatik-aktuell.de/betrieb/datenbanken/mit-t-sql-das-teilsummenproblem-geloest.html

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Technologisch sehr passend, ab leider zu viele km von Gießen aus, außer bei 99% Remote ;) BG