Peter Röthlisberger

Senior Database and System Architect, Zen Innovations

Peter Röthlisberger is Zen Innovations' senior database expert and system architect. He is also one of the founders of Zen Innovations and serves as Vice President on the board of directors for Zen Innovations. He started his career in finance from where he changed to the Information Technology in 1994 as a 'Junior-Programmer' on IBM Mainframe Cobol based applications. Soon thereafter he started to passionately study various Database products such as MSSQL, Oracle and DB2 and developed a preference for Oracle. Peter became an Oracle DBA in 1996 and has been responsible for distributed Databases based in various countries. Since 2007 he is Oracle certified In parallel he also became a UNIX administrator and was responsible for installing, configuring and monitoring Group to High-end Unix servers in US and Swiss Datacenters. In the year 2018 he completed a three year study and achieved an advanced federal diploma of higher education as business data processing specialist. High availability for 24/7 services is his specialty. In combining more than 20 years of experience in all three areas of server, database and software development, he is set out to give the best solution for customers.

Besides work Peter enjoys various sports such as group fitness and mountain biking . 







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