Relational Database

  • Brief history of Relational Databases and Oracle novations

    A brief history of relational databases helps us appreciate the importance of this technology and helps us understand Oracle Corporation’s decisions. The Oracle database is a huge product and contains mistakes. Some of those mistakes are unimportant historical curiosities, but others are huge pitfalls we need to avoid.

  • NoSQL Database vs. Relational Database

    NoSQL comparison Relational DatabaseRelational database management systems (RDBMS) have been very effective in managing transactional data. The Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability (ACID) properties of relational databases have made them a staple for enterprises looking to manage data that spans various critical business functions. Examples include Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), data warehouse, and a multitude of similar applications.

  • Powerful steps to Oracle Relational Database creating risk-free

    As with any new technology or new venture, it's sensible to think through not only the benefits and opportunities that are presented, but also the costs and risks. Combine a relational database with a series of powerful and easy-to-use tools, as Oracle does, and the possibility of being seduced into disaster by its simplicity becomes real. Add in object-oriented and web capabilities, and the dangers increase. This article discusses some of the dangers that both developers and users need to consider.