Evaluating Alternatives Relational Database Management Systems And Advantages

987 Words Dec 15th, 2016 4 Pages
Introduction For decades, human was trying to implement and create better solutions how to store and manage big amounts of data. Today with the increase in knowledge how to handle that amounts of data is more possible to do it. There are lots of software in the market to use. A person who is related with Relational Databases must consider the advantages and disadvantages of them and try to get the most efficient one. Many reasons to handle data is to keep information of something important which may improve a work that you are involve. In the following paragraphs, I will talk about general information of RDBMS and I will discuss and evaluate alternatives Relational Database Management Systems and the advantages and disadvantages that each one has.

RDBMS When someone is referring to Relational Databases is referring to a collection of data. The first RDBMS was released by Relation Software in 1979 and was Oracle. A database is created with a collection of tables which have primaries and foreign keys. From tables, data can be deleted, updated or inserted. Essentially a database management system is created to store data which can later be used for a specific application. They have been a common choice to store information used for financial records, manufacturing and logistics, personal data and other applications. A major objective of a RDBMS is to provide data independence within the limitations of its data model. More modern RDBMS provide less limitations where the…

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