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Benefits of Database Management


Database management systems are programs that are written to store, update, and retrieve information from a database. There are many databases available in the market. The most popular are the Oracle and SQL Server. The Oracle database is from the Oracle Corporation and the SQL Server is from the Microsoft Corporation. There are freely available database like MySQL. These are open source databases. Database Management Systems are available for personal computers and for huge systems like mainframes. DB2 is a database from IBM for Mainframe systems. Structured Query Language is used for querying the databases. Variations of this structured query language in the form of T-SQL and PL-SQL are available. The data that is available in the database is represented in various formats.


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Data management requirements: The similarity of memory management, database systems, and message processing
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