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Database development

Database development can provide many benefits to businesses, organizations and even individuals because they organize substantial amounts of data in ways that can be searched, reported on, and even analyzed by analytics programs. A database developer is responsible for creating the database architecture which defines the best way for data to be stored and joined together in logical relationships (relational database). Application development often hinges on database development since the data needed to run the application can be stored in the database. Since the advent of the internet web database development has become very popular since it brings the advantages of databases to the ease and use of the websites on the Internet. Many database design and development services are available for assist businesses in development. Popular database topics include SQL, Microsoft Access, DBMS compliant solutions, and web database software.

Database development leverages database technologies to store large sums of data that can be in text, image, number and other formats. Typically, applications access data from databases versus a user directly retrieving information from a database, but it is certainly possible for users to interface directly with databases. When creating software that leverages database technologies it is called database application development. Web database development can also be used to present applications through a web browser allowing users to access data online. A database programmer is responsible for database design and development and typically is responsible for determine the best way to store data in the database, installing the database on a server (eg SQL) and working with developers to integrate the database with the application layer.

Many companies specialize in database development services and can also assist with application development and graphical user interface development which is the part users interact with. Popular database technologies include Microsoft Access Database and SQL Database, Oracle Database, and many open source solutions. Most database technologies today are RDMS compliant which makes them interact with other technologies more easily.



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