I know this is a vague question, but does anyone have suggestions on data management.
Maybe a book, website, or other resources for data management?
I want to get better with my data management. I feel like I'm all over the place and I would love some tips.
You'll probably get pretty vague answers, honestly. The "best" way to manage data depends a lot on what kind of data, how it's being used, how many people need to access and / or update it, whether it's sensitive, etc, etc.
Are you able to share more details about the kinds of data you're working with, and the operational needs related to that data?
You could consider advancing your SQL skills, if applicable. Understanding the power of SQL is a superpower. Example: One-to-first joins: Control what related record is used
You could also refer to the below mentioned articles for reference. I am not sure if you want to manage an enterprise geodatabase or just a database in general. However, few key points can be considered from the links below.
Troubleshooting Performance Issues with Enterprise Geodatabase.
Geodatabase Tuning and Performance
General management practice can also include:
I hope this is helpful.
Esri offers two great training courses that may help you and your organization.
Deploying and Maintaining a Multiuser Geodatabase - https://www.esri.com/training/catalog/57630436851d31e02a43f104/deploying-and-maintaining-a-multiuser...
Managing Geospatial Data in ArcGIS - https://www.esri.com/training/catalog/59c407ad3049c71bb91d784f/managing-geospatial-data-in-arcgis/
If you have access to LinkedIn Learning there is an abundance of database management content there.
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