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We're excited to announce that AWS will be sponsoring Database Administrators beginning September 27 through March 31. We wanted to give you a heads up and walk you through what it will look like.

How and where will the sponsorship be displayed?

The sponsorship will be shown in the top right header of the site in a manner that's similar to the mockup below:

dbahomepage

What else changes?

Nothing! Quoting from the original MSE announcement on sponsorships:

First — sponsors do not own these Q&A sites. Sponsors work alongside our communities who ultimately build these sites. Communities ask the questions; communities create the tags; communities conduct elections as they do now, and we are not renaming our current sites like a garish sport stadium to the highest bidder. Any ads a sponsor submits still have go through our crazy-strict ad editorial process… as it has always been. Companies do not have access to personal data, and all Q&A content remains irrevocably licensed under Creative Commons for sharing and attribution.

Sponsorships are a tool that our clients can use to let folks who would be interested in their products know about them.

What if I think I've found a design glitch/bug?

If something looks off please report it as a bug so we can investigate and squash it.

That's it. If you have any other questions or concerns please leave them as answers below.

Also, thank you. These types of partnerships help us bring more resources to our communities and they wouldn't be possible without the work you've put into making Database Administrators successful.

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  • Nice. I do not see the banner with uBlock because it's a DoubleClick link. It would be better to have a static banner with a direct link. The banner would be more usable if I could also click "Sponsored by"; right now only the logo itself is clickable.
    – Nemo
    Oct 21 '21 at 10:12
  • Excuse me if I'm not overjoyed. thenewstack.io/what-the-fork-amazon Oct 28 '21 at 18:15
  • AWS extended its sponsorship to March 31. I've updated the post to reflect the new dates.
    – Rosie StaffMod
    Jan 18 at 14:43

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