Hello! What is the most easiest database management system(DBMS). I have heard some names of the famous DBMS like Oracle, MySQL, Post Gre SQL etc. So for a complete beginner which DBMS is the easiest to learn and to use effectively? Which among the following is the best DMBS in terms of its usage.
Hello! As we all know that data can be stored in files as well. And we can also perform different functions on the stored data in files as well like retrieve data or insert new data in files as well. But why do we need the database management systems if files can be used to store data. Does it mean that the file management system is not efficient or not complete?
Hello everyone! I am a student of Software Engineering and my 4th semester is about to start in a week. I have this database management system course in the next semester and this course is completely new for me. So in one week time, I want to learn as much as I can, starting from the beginning, what this course is about etc. How should I start it? Any video links, online links, books for complete beginners?
What is meant by scalability of a database? What is the difference between a read heavy system and a write heavy system? What is vertical scaling? How is it different from horizontal scaling .If you have a ready heavy system, which one is the preferred mode of scaling: vertical or horizontal?
What is a stateless system? What is as stateful system? What is the impact of state on scaling? What is parallelism? What is the impact of state on parallelism? Name some stateless protocols .The Server Message Block is a stateful protocol. Can you explain how? In terms of security which one is a better protocol: stateful or stateless?
Is it possible for a database admin to steal your customer’s passwords? How can you prevent this from happening? What are the things that you can do to speed up the processing of your database and remove performance issues? Explain the different ways in which performance tuning can be achieved with respect to a database.
What is data independence? How is it used to protect the database from changes? What are the two types of data independence? Mention the differences in these two types of approaches. Which of these types is more difficult to achieve? What is a view? How does a view help in achieving logical data independence?
What is data abstraction in database management? Which stage of database design is it used in? How does it help the database developer during the design of a database? Name the different levels of data abstraction? What is the function of each level? What is classification and how is it used to build an abstract hierarchy?
SCOM 2012 SP1 install error with SQL 2012 SP1 and before start the install I have checked everything to see if is compatible and if my PC system supports this. Now is there a solution to make the proper install ? Is there a problem with my PC or SQL ?
Thank you !
The installed version of SQL Server is not supported. Verify that the computer and installed version of SQL Server meet the minimum requirements for installation. Please see the Supported Configuration document for further information.
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