Emergence of client server architecture, Database Management System

Emergence of Client Server Architecture

Some of the pioneering work that was completed by some of the relational database vendors permitted the computing to be distributed on multiple computers on network using contemporary technologies having:

  • Low Cost, High Performance PCs and Servers
  • Open Systems
  • Graphical User Interfaces
  • Object-Orientation
  • EDI and E-Mail
  • Workgroup Computing
  • Relational Databases
  • Networking and Data Communication.

 

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