What are the dbms software niit uses

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What are the most used DBMS software niit? Which database management software is most commonly used by the National Institute of Information Technologies, I mean beside Oracle and SQL are there any other good software?

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What are the dbms software niit uses


Hi Rocky,

There is a lot of database management system or DBMS that are available for market usage. The following list below are the most popular or commonly used DBMS aside from Oracle and SQL:

  1. MySQL – This commercialized database manipulates enormous databases and can be accessed by the web. It can be operated by different platforms – BSD, Mac, Windows and even Linux.
  2. Microsoft Access – This database is an ideal solution for beginners for its ability to create database structures and relations. This is commonly used by small business and programmers. It is supported by Visual Basic Applications, ActiveX Data Objects, and many other ActiveX components.
  3. PostgreSQL – This open source database supports almost all SQL constructs and runs in different operating systems that includes Linux, UNIX,  and Windows. This is a great choice for those who use it for database driven website development due to it's very low deployment cost and easy administration.
  4. Firebird – It is fully featured and powerful RDBMS regardless of installer size. It can run completely without administrative necessity and can operate well with PHP and Perl.
  5. IBM DB2 – Referred as "data server" and one of the known databases in the market. Its advantage is that it has lower data management cost and can easily be managed.
  6. FileMaker Pro – This is commonly used by Macintosh users with an expensive price of $250.
  7. Alpha Five – Enables the developers to create robust, data-driven business applications that are used in building desktop, web mobile applications. It runs on any desktop, tablet and Smartphones.

Hope these give you ideas with different DBMS.

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