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    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…

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    parts, price processing of materials etc. available, with the idea to cut cost and enhance productivity. With a technology system like AutoXchange it creates a large online marketplace with the most recent prices from multiple suppliers. None the less, technology - a system like AutoXchange, made it difficult for businesses to build their own private network with companies. Suppliers and companies dread the idea of transparent competition. Consumers were capable…

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    manage and organise information, in schools they are used to manage the library books availability and the information that they have on the students attending the schools, contact details, which class they are attending and what their history is within the school. It is also used to store information on grades and the work that the students have done. Data bases that are used by larger companies are much more sophisticated than small businesses however they have the same principle about input,…

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    Hierarchal Database “In the network model, the data are represented by collections of records and relationships between data are represented by links. This structure holds for the hierarchical model as well. The only difference is that, in the hierarchical model, records are organized as collections of trees, rather than as arbitrary graphs.”(http://codex.cs.yale.edu/avi/db-book/db6/appendices-dir/e.pdf, 17-10-2014) This database model use rules as each child has one parent and each parent can…

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    Homework #1 1. The search term I used is “database security” because I am interested in it when I read through it. Moreover, I want to know more about the term “database”, and it found it means a controlled collection of data, and metadata, stored on computer. I also want to learn about ways to protect against threats that specifically target databases. Besides, I searched about “Relational Databases” because most databases are relational database, and they store their data in relation. 2. I…

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    1.0 QUESTION 1 Differentiate between database management system and information retrieval system by focusing on their functionalities. DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEM DEFINITION A software system that enables the computer to do the database functions such as storing, retrieving, adding, deleting, and modifying data A built-in user interface that carry the activity of obtaining information resource from a collection of information stored EXAMPLE Microsoft Access, MySQL,…

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    The Relational Database Framework The collection of information provides access to the network of the data-processing system. The representation consists vital information of real-time events. The objective requires managing personal cognizant comportment for integrating vital information. The standard utilizer and application (APP) program interface to a relational database is the Structured Query Language (SQL) (Codd, 2003-2016). The APP retrieves and supplies the information from the graph…

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    Teradata is basically a database that is designed to handle queries. It is a relational database management system for the world's largest commercial databases. Other RDBMS takes enormous time to process and execute the data. But Teradata RDBMS handles massive amount of data with ease. The main attraction of Teradata is its scalability, parallel processing and high performance. It generates an optimal plan for the query within few seconds. Teradata can save upto Teradata bytes in size. The…

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    What is a relational database? It is a database that stores the information about both data, for example for a person detail that is link with their car details that they have bought it from the company. The data and relationships are showed in an entity which is in a flat, two dimensional tables. We would use a relational database in a company such as a car company so when they want to store their customers information and what car did they buy, they use a relational database which stores the…

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    globe. I save lives, provide a safe transportation system, protect the environment, enforce laws and protect our national security. Over the years, these services have caused a demand for information system to revolutionize. These advances are needed to analyze and interpret data to coordinate responses to emergencies, track vital information and train personnel. One initiative that helped throughout our maritime and aviation service is Electronic Charting. We first navigated by means of…

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