Modular growth, Database Management System

Modular growth:In distributed environments, it is simple to expand. Latest sites can be added to the network without affecting the operations of other sites, as they are somewhat free. This flexibility permits an organisation to expand gradually. Adding storage power and processing to the network can generally result in better handling of ever enhancing database size. A more powerful system in compare, a centralised DBMS, would need changes in both the software and hardware with increasing size and more powerful DBMS to be procured.

 

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