Understanding Database Management Systems: An Insider's Guide to Architectures, Products, and Design
This practical guide offers a detailed examination of database architectures, including relational, pre-relational, distributed, and object-oriented designs. The book discusses the fine points of each architecture and explores the specific configurations of current database products offered on UNIX, mainframe, and PC platforms. It also outlines a methodology for the systematic appraisal of database products using a commonly definable set of profiles covering: architecture, programming issues, data storage techniques, administration utilities and distributed capabilities. Using this approach, readers will have a complete set of benchmarks for choosing the optimum system to meet their unique needs.
Specifications of Understanding Database Management Systems: An Insider's Guide to Architectures, Products, and Design
|Author||Robert M. Mattison|
|Number Of Pages||576|
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