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company Offers handle 100 trainees has 12 instructors 1 undertake s 1 5 Advanced technology courses 2 teaches 2. Identify at least 5 DBMS successfully running in market and compare their features. ANS: 1. IBM's DB2- The IBM DB2 Enterprise Server Edition is a relational model database server developed by IBM. It primarily runs on UNIX (namely AIX), Linux, IBM i, z/OS and Windows servers. DB2 also powers the different IBM InfoSphere Warehouse editions. Alongside DB2 is another RDBMS: Inf
    100 121 5 21 hasinstructors handletrainees Offers Adv ance d  technology coursesteaches un d ertake company  2. Identify at least 5 DBMS successfully running in market and compare their features. ANS: 1.   IBM' s D B2- The IBM D B2 Enterprise Ser  v er E d ition is a relational mo d el d atabase ser  v er  d e v elope d   by IBM .   I t primarily runs on UN IX (namely A IX), Linux ,   IBM i , z/OS an d Win d ows ser  v ers . D B2  also powers the d ifferent IBM   I nfoSphere Warehouse e d itions .   A longsi d e D B2 isanother RD BM S: I nformix , which was acquire d by IBM in 200 1. D B2 also lets you store some partsof your co d e at the ser  v er instea d of keeping all of it in your client application . This can ha v e performance an d maintenance benefits .  There are features to protect d ata an d to d efine relationships between d ata .   A s well , there are object - relational features to create flexible , a dv ance d applications . You can use some features in more thanone way . For example , constraints enable you to protect d ata an d to d efine relationships between d ata v alues . Here are some key D B2 features: y   C onstraints y   User  - d efine d types (UDTs ) an d large objects (LO B s )   y   User  - d efine d functions (UDFs )   y   Triggers y   Store d proce d ures 2 .   Oracle - The Oracle Database is an object - relational d atabase managementsystem(ORD BM S ) pro d uce d an d markete d by Oracle C orporation .  Larry Ellison an d his frien d s an d former co - workers B ob M iner an d E d Oates starte d the consultancySoftware De v elopment Laboratories (SDL ) in 1977. SDL d e v elope d the srcinal v ersion of theOracle software . The name Oracle comes from the co d e - name of a C I A - fun d e d project Ellison ha d  worke d on while pre v iously employe d by A mpex .   y   Scalability an d Performance y   M anageability y   B ackup an d Reco v ery y   High a v ailability y   B usiness I ntelligence y   C ontent M anagement y   Security y   Data integrity/Triggers y   I nformation I ntegration Features3 .   M icrosoft SQL Ser  v er  -   M icrosoft SQL Ser  v er is a relational mo d el d atabase ser  v er pro d uce d   by M icrosoft .   I ts primary query languages are T - SQL an d   A  NS I SQL .   y   Database M irroring y   Online Restore  y   Online I n d exing Operations y   Fast Reco v ery y   Stan d ar  d s -  base d   I nformation A ccess SQL y   Ser  v er  M anagement Stu d io y   De d icate d   Ad ministrator  C onnection4 .   PostgreSQL - PostgreSQL is a powerful , open source object - relational d atabase system .   I t has morethan 15 years of acti v e d e v elopment an d a pro v en architecture that has earne d it a strong reputationfor reliability ,   d ata integrity , an d correctness .   I t runs on all major operating systems , inclu d ingLinux , UN IX ( A IX,   B SD , HP - U X, SG I   I R  IX,   M ac OS X, Solaris , Tru64 ), an d Win d ows .   I t is fully A C I D compliant , has full support for foreign keys , joins ,   v iews , triggers , an d store d proce d ures (inmultiple languages ) .   I t inclu d es most SQL: 2008   d ata types , inclu d ing I  NTEGER  , NU M ER  I C ,   B OOLE A  N ,   C H A R  , V A R  C H A R  , D A TE ,   I  NTERV A L , an d T IM EST A M P .   I t also supportsstorage of binary large objects , inclu d ing pictures , soun d s , or  v i d eo .   I t has nati v e programminginterfaces for  C / C++ , Ja v a ,   .  Net , Perl , Python , Ruby , Tcl , OD B C , among others , an d exceptional d ocumentation .   5.   M Y SQL -   M ySQL is a relational d atabase management system (RD BM S ) [ 1] that runs as a ser  v er  pro v i d ing multi - user access to a number of  d atabases .   M ySQL is officially pronounce d /maskjul/ ( M y S - Q - L ), [2 ] but is often also pronounce d /masikwl/ ( M y Sequel ) .   I t is name d after  d e v eloper  M ichael Wi d enius '   d aughter  ,   M y . The SQL phrase stan d s for Structure d Query Language . [ 3 ]  The M ySQL d e v elopment project has ma d e its source co d e a v ailable un d er the terms of the GNUGeneral Public License , as well as un d er a v ariety ofproprietary agreements .   M ySQL was owne d  an d sponsore d by a single for  -  profit firm , the Swe d ish company M ySQL A B, now owne d   by Oracle C orporation .   Data base MaintainerReleasedateLatest stableversionLatestreleasedateSoftware licenseDB2 IBM   19 8 3 9.7   22   A  pr  200 9  Proprietary MicrosoftSQL Server M icrosoft   19 8 9   2008 R  2  ( v 1 0 .5 )  Proprietary MySQL Sun M icrosystems   1995 - 11   5.5. 8   20 1 0- 1 2- 15 GPL or Proprietary  O racle   Oracle C orporation 1979 - 11   11 g Release 2   200 9 - 9 Proprietary PostgreSQL   Global De v elopmentGroup 19 8 9 - 6 9. 0 . 2   20 1 0- 1 2- 1 6 PostgreSQL licenceThe operating systems the RD BM Ses can run on: Data base WindowsMac O SXLinux   BSDUNIX   Amiga O S   Symbian   z/OS 1   DB25 Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes MicrosoftSQL Server Yes No No No No No No No MySQL Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes O racle4 Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes PostgreSQL   Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No I nformation about what fun d amental RD BM S features are implemente d nati v ely .   ACID   ReferentialintegrityTransactions   UnicodeInterfaceDB2 Yes Yes Yes Yes GU I & SQL MicrosoftSQL Server Yes Yes Yes Yes GU I & SQL MySQL Yes 2 Yes 2 Yes 2 Yes SQL O racle   Yes Yes Yes Yes A P I & GU I & SQL PostgreSQL   Yes Yes Yes Yes GU I & SQL 3. How the various components of database management system interact for transactionProcessing.ANS: The v arious components of  d atabase management system are:
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