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database management

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(Computer Science) the maintenance of information stored in a computer system
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Noun1.database management - creation and maintenance of a database
management, direction - the act of managing something; "he was given overall management of the program"; "is the direction of the economy a function of government?"
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In a recent study of enterprise customers, purchasers of Mac OS X are significantly more likely to be considering database systems than customers not running Mac OS X with 23 percent considering purchasing a database management system," said Michael Kelly, chairman and chief architect of Techtel Corporation, a technology market research firm based in Emeryville, Calif.
As it becomes increasingly critical to our clients to achieve and maintain absolute optimized database performance in order to support both internal and external business processes, CA continues to respond with state-of-the-art management solutions," said Richard Bolesta, brand manager for database management at CA.
The new Information Schema enhances database management with comprehensive statistics on internal operations and performance characteristics, and can present this data in popular Oracle V$ systems management views.
This transaction reflects our commitment to reinvigorate, reposition and re-establish PICK as the leading multidimensional database management system provider for the new economy.
Table 8: German enterpriseseIU investment in data and database management
Table 8: US enterprises' investment in data and database management
Figure 6: UK enterprises' investment in data and database management
Table 8: French enterprises' investment in data and database management
60 greatly enhances database management by logically representing the descriptions of objects within the database in the same way as ordinary data.
com, is a Minneapolis based company whose Cellular Database Management System (TM) (CDBMS(TM)) is the next generation in information management technology.
Although the percent of such outages is decreasing because of improved and simplified database management systems (DBMS) products, enterprises can accelerate the process by automating routine administration tasks.
Haderle joined IBM in 1968 as a software developer, and eventually rose to lead the technical team that created IBM's premier relational database management system, DB2, from the 1970s through the early 1990s.