Associations to the word «Database»
DATABASE, noun. (computing) A collection of (usually) organized information in a regular structure, usually but not necessarily in a machine-readable format accessible by a computer.
DATABASE, noun. (computing) A set of tables in a database(1).
DATABASE, noun. (computing) A software program for storing, retrieving and manipulating a database(1).
DATABASE, noun. (computing) A combination of (1) and (2).
DATABASE, verb. To enter data into a database
DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR, noun. (computing) a person who is responsible for the logical and physical design of databases, and normally for all aspects of their recoverability, integrity, security, availability and performance
DATABASE ADMINISTRATORS, noun. Plural of database administrator
DATABASE ANALYST, noun. (computing) a person who is responsible for the logical and physical design of databases
DATABASE ANALYSTS, noun. Plural of database analyst
DATABASE ENGINE, noun. The underlying component that a database management system uses to create, retrieve, update and delete data.
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, noun. (databases) A suite of interrelated computer programs designed to manage message processing and database update in a tightly controlled manner.
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, noun. Plural of database management system
DATABASE MODEL, noun. A fundamental way of organization of data in a database, such as hierarchical model, network model or relational model.
DATABASE PUBLISHING, noun. (computing) the production of catalogues, price lists etc, using data from a database
DATABASE TRANSACTION, noun. (computing) A unit of interaction in a database management system.
DATABASE, noun. An organized body of related information.
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