Lunch and Learn Series: RDBMS Foundations
Databases are the “beating heart” of just about any major business or application. Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) have been around since the early 1970s, and they still represent the lion’s share of backend storage for applications around the world. On the other hand, NoSQL has become more than a buzzword over the past several years and is a significant asset in software development.
How do they get put together, how do they work, and how are they used with software solutions? These questions and more are the focal point of this multi-part series on databases, put together by SOLTECH’s technical architects Jim Ownby and Patrick Jasinski.
In this Lunch and Learn, Jim Ownby conducts a shallow dive into RDBMS structures and how they translate into SQL queries at implementation, including details on how the software integrates with this type of database.
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