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DBMS

abbreviation for database management system.
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Storage model selection is an important design decision for DBMS architecture.
Feinberg cautioned that though some of the new market entrants have strong business intelligence backgrounds, which can be important as to support more complex querying needs, they may not provide all of the DBMS technologies needed to support a particular enterprise's short and long-term data warehousing needs.
To forestall this result, we recommend that the IRS consider a different approach to record retention requirements for electronic data created and stored in a large-scale DBMS or ERP system.
We chose the MIMER[R] DBMS for reasons unrelated to its technical merits.
If your DBMS supports incremental image copy backups, it may also support merging of incremental copies.
The top three vendors (Oracle, IBM and Microsoft) accounted for 79 percent of all DBMS software revenue in 2000 (see Table 1).
Well-known companies producing DBMS software include Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Sybase, and Informix.
The following additional documentation pertaining to each DBMS is retained:
Why not just directly express the database structure in a DBMS language like SQL?
Modern DBMS offerings have begun to support temporal data management.
Furthermore, to ensure the actualization of the DBMS environment (Oracle and MS SQL) must be guaranteed.