Microsoft SQL Server Vs Oracle (Database)
Difference between Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle on the basis of language, transaction control, organization of database objects, platform dependency, locking and concurrency control, performance & tuning and other.
Federated Databases, Distribution, Autonomy, Heterogeneity, FDBMS architecture, Canonical Data Model (CDM), Sheth and Larson “Five Layer Architecture”, query processing and optimization, Transactions, Global Serialisability, Global Deadlock, Long Transactions, Recovery.
Federated Databases, Distribution, Autonomy, Heterogeneity, FDBMS architecture, Canonical Data Model, Five Layer Architecture, query processing and optimization, Transactions, Global Serialisability, Deadlock
Heterogeneous Distributed Database, Challenges, Federated Database, Classification of Multidatabase, Classes, Problem in Integrating Heterogeneous Database, Requirement for FDDMS, Characteristics, Architecture
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Distributed database Administration, Catalog Management, Content of catalogs, Distribution of catalogs, Object Naming, Systemwide Names, Catalog management in R, Authorization and Protection, User Identification, Authorization Rules, Classes of Users.
Architecture DDBMS, Dimensions of implementation, Issues with DDBMS, Fragmentation, Allocation, Replication, Optimization – Query Plan, Transparencies in a DDBMS, Date 12 Rules, Distributed Transaction Management.
Introduction to Distributed Database Systems, Architectures, Types of DDS, Design Criteria, Additional Design Features, Advantages of DDS, Disadvantages of DDS
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