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Unformatted text preview: Program Capstone Unit 4 Discussion Board Kregg M. Soltow November 30, 2011 American Intercontinental University Discuss the meaning of QA in database administration. Quality assurance is most commonly known as the organized supervision and assessment of the assorted features and functionalities of an operating database infrastructure, in which to get the most out of the equivocal quality standards currently being managed by the database administration process. Of course quality assurance cannot promise in all absoluteness that the administration of a database will continue to be of a set quality standard. This standard of quality is of course ascertained by the users of the database infrastructure and not by any general set of management or representatives. This type of assurance is not to be confused with any degree of cost. Many infrastructures considered to be bargains are also believed to be of heightened quality so long as the database users make that conclusion....
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