Category Archive for: "Databases"

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  1. Why Do You Need A Database Monitoring And Management System?

    Your business grows all the time, and in doing so it accumulates more and more data. That’s why you need a reliable database system to work with. Once you opt for such a tool, you can easily manage the information and assess it with ease. For this reason, in this article, we will discuss the need for database monitoring and a database management system as well.
  2. Database Management System And Its Advantages

    A database iѕ аn organized соllесtiоn оf dаtа.  Database designers tурiсаllу оrgаnizе the data to mоdеl аѕресtѕ оf reality in a wау thаt ѕuрроrtѕ рrосеѕѕеѕ requiring infоrmаtiоn. In this article, we will understand how the database designers can manage a database efficiently and effectively.
  3. What Is A Database Schema – Definition & Example

    This article aims at exploring about “Database Schema”. I will start with a simple definition of database schema, followed by a real-time example for the same. Once that is done, we will apply the same logic to the concept of Database Schema and that will help us in better understanding of the subject. So, let’s get started!
  4. 11 Reasons To Opt For Relational Database Service (RDS)

    When it comes to the field of Information Technology and specifically in relation with Databases, RDS means “Relational Database Service”. In other words, we can say that RDS is an abbreviation of Relational Database Service. Of the recent times, it is all the new rage. Yet, only few can wrap their head around the concepts surrounding the RDS. In this article, I will try to demystify the secrets of Relational Database Service. That said, we will explore about the following topics:
  5. What Is A Relational Database

    At its core Relational Database, is just a database. It is used to organize data in different ways. It is based on the relational model of data. This means that data is split across multiple content holders called “tables” and this data is interlinked with each other in a meaningful way. We will see how this works very shortly.
  6. Access Database: An Introduction

    An Access database is a social database contained in a solitary document that you can transfer to a registry on your Web server. Individuals normally make an Access database record utilizing Microsoft Access or FrontPage. Microsoft Access is an application for creating, managing and formatting data.
  7. Relational Database Management System: An Introduction

    A database is an integrated system of collected and organized data, making easy accessibility and manipulation of data possible. This can be carried out effectively by the use of a database management system. DBMS is a type of software application that helps you collect, recall and manage all the complex data stored up in the database. Firms and businesses have identified the need for the incorporation of a database management system to help them mine and analyze data and keep abreast of all aspects of their businesses more efficiently.
  8. Database Design Using Data Modeling – Conceptual, Logical And Physical

    In this article, we will look at the actual process involved in designing a database by using the concept of Data Modeling. We will also look at the various models involved in creating a database namely the Conceptual data model, Logical data model and Physical data model.
  9. DBMS and RDBMS – Similarities And Differences

    In this article, we will first understand what a Database Management System (DBMS) really is and how it is helpful in dealing with databases. Then, we will look at what a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) and the differences between DBMS and RDBMS.
  10. Types Of Databases

    You may have heard about different types of databases available in the market. Some are known and others still remain strange. In this article, we will discuss the different types of databases available and we will pick the most popular one to go with, for our future discussions.