RIL_button( “http://sqlconcept.com/2011/04/22/the-fundamentals-of-database-structure/”, “The fundamentals of database structure” );
Think of a database as a bucket. Actually, scratch that.
Think of the database as a chemistry distillation glassware. Something like this:
Database File Structure
Each database is structured in a way that it has at least one filegroup (containing at least one data file), and at least one
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RIL_button( “http://sqlconcept.com/2011/04/20/data-waterfalls-and-data-avalanches/”, “Data waterfalls and data avalanches” );
The concept was introduced some time back and one of its enablers has always been the price of storage.
Even in the 80′s, the data waterfalls and data avalanches were quite predictable, however, the constantly improving storage technology shifted the focus away from the problem. Not much has changed
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RIL_button( “http://sqlconcept.com/2011/04/18/treat-your-data-as-you-would-like-to-be-treated/”, “Treat your data as you would like to be treated” );
The concept of data storage is as old as the world: the folklore and the storytelling in ancient societies were in a way a kind of a ‘data storage’. The stories were rolling down in time from generation to generation.
The difference between the
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