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DBMS

abbreviation for database management system.
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The Splice Machine RDBMS can execute federated queries on data in external databases and files using Virtual Table Interfaces (VTIs).
The code generator produces native SQL code for the RDBMS without the time consuming process of manual coding.
Data warehousing and strategic data management initiatives such as master data management (MDM) continue to help drive RDBMS sales.
Splice Machine neatly bridges the space between Hadoop and the traditional RDBMS," said Robin Bloor, Chief Analyst, The Bloor Group.
Harte Hanks, a marketing service organization and partner to top brands, has seen a greater than 10x price/performance improvement with the Splice Machine RDBMS compared to their existing Oracle RAC databases.
All vendors want to minimize manual administrative efforts and the demand for RDBMS to grow into a mature, sophisticated product brings it quite close to the self-managing database system.
According to the IDC report (1), "SAP's combination of SAP Sybase ASE, SAP Sybase IQ, SAP Sybase SQL Anywhere and SAP HANA revenue enabled SAP to secure fourth place, surpassing Teradata, largely because of the addition of[SAP] HANA to its RDBMS product portfolio.
IDC predicts that as the RDBMS market grows, Oracle will continue to lead it.
Oracle leads the worldwide RDBMS segment on Linux with 79 percent share for 2007.
Angara provides a fully functional RDBMS that leverages the speed of DRAM access to support today's complex, database- intensive business applications, especially electronic commerce implementations.
As a result, users of EMPRESS RDBMS can address one of today's most critical security threats -- data left unprotected within applications, databases, and storage systems.
Performance varied widely across the vendors in 2002, and differences are attributable in large measure to differences in their business models, and to the segments of the RDBMS market in which they primarily are active," says Carl Olofson, research director for IDC's Information Management and Data Integration Software service.