Roles and responsiblities of oracle dba in development team

What should be the roles and responsiblities of oracle dba in development team?
Does Application dba should have oracle user credentials on db box?

Hi, Application DBA work as like production DBA, while resolving issue SLA would not apply for them . Apart from this developement team pressure will be there.
These are points remembered.
Creating test Db for testing environment,
Schema Replication of POC
replication the DB for interface setup .
User , Space management.
Roles and Security management
Space Forecasting -this will be useful when you are estimating for storage
need to give application set up to Production DBA with proper specification.
maintaining the schema changes
Ensure that right script shas to provide the Production DBA team .
Deployment of the application.
performance tuning..
All environment memory /CPU statistisc need to check by regular interval.If any issues need to escalte to INFRASTRUCTURE team
HTC
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