HI, MY NAME IS ADITYANATH DEWOOLKAR
I’m a Oracle DBA based in Mumbai, India with several years of experience managing UNIX plus Windows – based Oracle Databases from 8i to 19c.
Currently I’m leading Oracle DBA Team, supporting various Oracle products in one of the leading banking group in South Africa.
I have been awarded by Oracle as Oracle ACE in February 2020.
Also my blog has been listed in Top 100 Oracle Blogs And Websites For Oracle DBAs To Follow in 2020. Rank #70.
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