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DBMS

abbreviation for database management system.
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A Cellular DBMS is composed of multiple atomic and autonomic customizable embedded database instances, called Cells [38, 39].
The ODBMS market was much smaller than the RDBMS market in 1998, accounting for only 3 percent of the total DBMS market.
The Infobionics Cellular DBMS also allows associative linking of data, such as what humans do when we associate "747" to "Boeing.
It is a unique opportunity for DBMS vendors that can offer their customers an unparalleled degree of freedom when it comes to responding to business requirements quickly and cost-effectively.
Established and headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, ORI Software developed, tested and benchmarked the JS DBMS engine, a revolutionary new database technology capable of delivering a ten-fold or greater boost in performance for general-purpose database systems as well as online analytical processing (OLAP), data warehousing, and Web-based environments.
The report names Progress Software as "the largest pure-play embedded DBMS vendor (a company that sells only or almost only through the embedded channel) followed by InterSystems Pervasive and Empress Software", and states that Progress OpenEdge generates the majority of this revenue.
Using the JS engine as a core infrastructure, DBMS vendors will be able to offer solutions that deliver an unprecedented level of power and versatility to database users.
Each report ranks products based on a different workload -- in this case, Data Warehouse DBMS Servers.
April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Savant Corporation's Q Diagnostic Center, a DBMS performance management solution, enables administrators to do a job they normally could not do.
For the Third Consecutive Year, SQA Wins the DBMS Magazine Readers' Choice
Commonly consulted by executives, Gartner provides the Data Warehouse DBMS Magic Quadrant, which evaluates vendors based on the ability to execute and the completeness of vision.