You have probably heard of the term database before. It is basically a data storage system. But why do we need a system to store data? Why can't we just store everything in a text file and save that in the folder system? Apparently, a database does more than just storing data. It classifies and organizes data and helps to store it with less redundancy. It also makes data easier to maintain, making it more it secure and consistent. A database is usually managed by a database management system (DBMS)
Database Management System
A DBMS is an application that maneuvers and manages a database. It facilitates communication between the users and the database. Users can create, use, and maintain the database using this application.
A DBMS is crucial for data security and integrity. Popular database software and DBMSs include PostgreSQL, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, MariaDB, and Oracle Database. Most DBMSs use structured query language (SQL) to insert and extract data...