Relational Query

A relational database is a database that has a collection of tables of data items, all of which is formally described and organized according to the relational model. Data in a single table represents a relation, from which the name of the database type comes. In typical solutions, tables may have additionally defined relationships with each other.In the relational model, each table schema must identify a column or group of columns, called the primary key, to uniquely identify each row.
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  • What is Big Data? What Are the Benefits of Big Data?

    … and everyone could get insight into what was going on. The problem was that the database technology simply couldn’t handle multiple, continuous streams of data. It couldn’t handle the volume of data. It couldn’t modify the incoming data in real-time. And reporting tools were lacking that couldn’t handle anything but a relational query on the back…

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