Difference between RDBMS and DBMS
Database Management System (DBMS) is software that is used to identify, manage, and create a database that provides administered access to the data.
Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) is an advanced version of a DBMS system that allows access to data in a more efficient way.
What is a Database Management System(DBMS)?
- DBMS stores data in files format
- Data elements need to access individually
- Normalisation is present
- DBMS does not support distributed databases
- Data stored is a small quantity
- It supports single users.
- The software and hardware requirements are low
- There is only low security while handling data
- Oracle, SQL Server
What is a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS)?
- RDBMS stores data in tabular format
- Multiple data elements are accessible together
- Normalisation is not present
- Support distributed database
- Data is stored in a large amount
- It supports multiple users
- The software and hardware requirements are higher
- There exist multiple levels of data security in an RDBMS
- XML, Microsoft Access