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Database Management System (DBMS). What is DBMS?. Database Management System is a software that is meant for storing records in computers. This software allows accessing of data such as delete, store, retrieve etc that are available in a database. History.

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    1. Database Management System (DBMS)

    2. What is DBMS? • Database Management System is a software that is meant for storing records in computers. • This software allows accessing of data such as delete, store, retrieve etc that are available in a database.

    3. History • During early days, for storing data a file system is used. • In a file system, it is difficult to access data, data inconsistency, integrity and security problems etc. • So database management system was first developed on 1960 by Charles Bachman. • Database Management System provides many solutions for problems that are occurred in a file system.

    4. Architecture

    5. Types of DBMS • Hierarchical DBMS • A hierarchical DBMS are established in such a way that one data item is present as the subordinate of another one or a sub unit. • Network DBMS • If the relationships among data in the database are of type many-to-many, then it is network DBMS. • Relational DBMS • A relational DBMS is the database relationships, which are treated in the form of a table. • Object-oriented DBMS • Able to handle many new data types, including graphics, photographs, audio, and video, object-oriented databases represent a significant advance over their other database cousins.

    6. Areas of DBMS • Airlines: • Used for storing information such as availability of seats, train timings etc. • Banking: • Used to store customer details, accounts, transaction etc. • Telecommunication: • For storing bills, caller names etc.

    7. Areas of DBMS • Universities: • To store students register no., marks etc. • Human Resources: • For storing employee details, salary etc. • Sales: • Helps to store customer information, purchases etc.

    8. Advantages • Faster access to information • Cost for user training is low • Multiple usages at a time • No dependence in language • High data security • Eliminates data redundancy • Consistency in data

    9. Disadvantages • Slightly expensive • Requires trained technical employee for operation • Damage in database deletes all data forever • Data conversion is very costly and difficult • Organization has to spend more amounts for training a staff to operate DBMS

    10. Conclusion • The goal of database management system is to offer more convenience as well as more efficiency to access data from a database with high security. • Therefore, nowadays Database Management System is used in all fields for gaining more advantages.

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