DBMS Tutorials 25 Lessons

DBMS Tutorial

This DBMS tutorial is designed to describe Advanced Database Management System concepts.

    DBMS Introduction

    A database management system (DBMS) refers to the technology for creating and managing databases. basically, DBMS is a software tool to organize (create, retrieve, update and manage) data in a database.

    • Why Use DBMS?
    • Where is Database Management System (DBMS) being Used?

    Introduction to Database

    A database is one of the important components for many applications and is used for storing a series of data in a single set.

      Database Environment

      A database must be an abstract and general description of the information requirements of the organization that is to be represented in the database. And hence you will require an environment to store data and make it work like a database.

        Database Architecture

        A DBMS architecture is depending on its design. The Three-Tier Architecture: presentation layer, application logic layer and database layer.

          Relation Data Model

          The relational model is the theoretical basis of relational databases which is a technique or way of structuring data using relations, which are grid-like mathematical structures consisting of columns and rows.

            DBMS Data Schemas

            In this chapter you will learn about the basic concepts of data schemas and how data are independent of one another within a database.

              DBMS Data Independence

              A major objective for the three-level architecture is to provide data independence, which means that upper levels are unaffected by changes to lower levels. There are two kinds of data independence: logical and physical.

                Entity Relationship(ER) Model

                ER-Diagram is a pictorial representation of data that describes how data is communicated and related to each other. Any object, such as entities, attributes of an entity, sets of relationship and other attributes of relationship can be characterized with the help of the ER diagram.

                  Generalization Aggregation

                  The concept of generalization (specialization) is associated with special types of entities known as superclasses and subclasses, and the process of attribute inheritance.

                    Planning, Design and Administration

                    The software has now exceeded hardware as the key to the success of many computer-based systems. Unfortunately, the track record of software development is not particularly remarkable. The last few decades have seen the rise in software applications ranging from […]

                      Fact Finding

                      The formal process of using techniques such as interviews and questionnaires to collect facts about systems, requirements, and preferences is termed as fact-finding.

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