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database

noun catalogue, computer base of inforration, computer file, computer storage, memory Generally: cyberspace, record, records, registry
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In Cellular DBMS, we use an AOP based model to implement autonomic behavior at cell as well as at DBMS level.
Pick's D3 Linux DBMS offers rapid economical application design, development and deployment with scalability from a single client up to thousands of clients.
Infobionics holds two patents to the core technology of the Cellular DBMS.
The RDBMS market comprised just under 98 percent of the total DBMS software market in 1998 in terms of revenues.
By separating data from relationships among data, the Infobionics Cellular DBMS makes it easy for users to create, maintain and revise information without restructuring the entire data model and database.
Our JS technology is good news for DBMS vendors," says Moshe Shadmon.
Although we used other vendors' products merely as points of comparison, we're confident that the JS DBMS engine brings a new standard of performance and functionality to the DBMS industry.
The IDC report defines embedded DBMS as "database management systems" sold to Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) for inclusion in their software products.
The JS DBMS engine enables database vendors and IT managers to satisfy increasing performance demands and implement functional enhancements while still protecting their current database technology investments," commented Shadmon.
It runs identical workloads on the same server platform with different DBMS software packages to determine differences in throughput and power consumption that are caused by the DBMS software.
Web applications can use a personal database such as those provided by Microsoft, Oracle or Sybase when the user cannot connect and then synchronize with a relational DBMS server when the user connects.
The evaluation model assesses data warehouse database management system (DBMS) server performance across multiple dimensions, and Gartner's tool is used by decision makers and influencers across industries that need to develop acquisition strategies for data warehouse DBMS servers.