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DBMSDatabase Management System
DBMSDatabase Management Software
DBMSDefense Business Management System
DBMSDirector of Base Medical Services
DBMSDon't Bug My Supervisor (BOFH)
DBMSDoctor of Biomedical Science
DBMSDatabase and Media Systems
DBMSDuxbury Bay Maritime School (Duxbury, MA)
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Cellular DBMS takes many inspirations from Berkeley DB.
By combining a more traditional approach to constructing a DBMS with some of the advantages of object-oriented database technology, software vendors hope to provide the best technology for creating databases.
OpenEdge has continued to evolve over the last 25 years and today, the embedded DBMS is a key component for many SaaS providers delivering and deploying applications in the cloud.
Features like outer join, EXCEPT, and INTERSECT, as well as a nice selection of aggregate and built-in functions make writing SQL in Empress a snap if you are familiar with the SQL implementation of other popular SQL DBMS products.
IDC believes XML DBMS vendors also need to continue partnering with major players in the Web Services market to capitalize on their native XML DBMS advantage.
Feinberg offers guidance and advice to those considering open-source DBMS products: "The cost benefits of using an open-source DBMS is increasing and the risk of using it is decreasing.
We are even more confident that Pick's D3 Linux DBMS will help move Linux-based applications into the enterprise," said Bud Coyne, marketing product manager, core technologies for Pick Systems.
Similarly, in a business intelligence application, the Cellular DBMS can tell you where and in which of many databases a piece of information exists, without having to write a program for each database.
We are even more confident that Pick's D3 Linux DBMS is helping move Linux-based applications into the enterprise," said Bud Coyne, marketing product manager, core technologies for Pick Systems.
com), World Client/Server DBMS Market, the market reached an astounding $5 billion in 1998 an 18 percent increase over 1997 revenues.
Unlike today's static database management systems, the revolutionary Infobionics Cellular DBMS is the first fluid, dynamic solution for managing, navigating and querying data.
With the ability to run on existing systems with no modification to legacy hardware or software, the patent-pending JS technology can serve as a standard core engine in virtually any DBMS implementation.