RNDr. Lucia Hustatyova, MBA as Lead architect / Oracle Senior DBA, triple OCM (Oracle Certified Master), is working in the area of IT architecture, design, engineering and automation.

In her country, Slovakia, she is the first and still the only woman with the highest level of Oracle certification - OCM.

From the study perspective, she holds multiple degrees of education as a Doctor of Natural Sciences in Informatics (RNDr.), Magister of Science from Mathematics and Informatics (Mgr.) and Master of Business (MBA) in Project management. From the professional perspective and experiences, she holds multiple certifications but is mostly recognized as Oracle Certified Master from different versions of OCM 10g/11g/12c or Exadata specialist.

She has more than 15 years of experience with Oracle databases in multiple areas, such as database administration, performance tuning, different types of migrations, upgrades and patching, Data Guard, High Availability solutions, backup & recovery of databases or data manipulation and replication using Oracle Golden Gate in classic or microservice architecture.

Mostly, she is involved in projects related to consultancy, solving complex issues, on-boarding new customers, architecture design, implementation of new technology, database upgrades or migrations (e.g. to/from Exadata, to/from RAC, …), Data Guard implementation (classic DG databases, snapshot standby databases or active DG) together with the defining design and architecture, development/automation and implementation of the solution.

In the automation area, she is working with different tools, scripting and programming languages. All the time, she is trying to automate everything that is possible to simplify work for the daily operation, which is helping to avoid possible human errors. Automation is performed in different scripting languages such as bash, perl, python, ... or other programming languages such as java, html, php, java script, ajax, sql, pl/sql, ....

Outside of work, she presents at universities and teaches students.