Need for a database management system, Database Management System

NEED FOR A DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

A Database is a structured, persistent collection of data of an organisation. The database management system (DBMS) manages the database of an enterprise. But why do we need the database management system? To explain it, let us first discuss the alternative to it that is the file-based system.

 

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