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What is Database?

If we are going to define what a database is, we can say that it is a kind of organized and structured dataset, usually stored in a computer system in an electronic way. Following the line of reasoning, a database is generally controlled by a database management system - DBMS, which with other applications are responsible for controlling all actions around your database.

Base on the most common logic, in order to make all information processing and querying more efficient, databases operate in a row and column model in a series of tables. Also, the vast majority of databases use SQL to write and query these stored data.

The big difference between a database and an electronic spreadsheet is simple, in general, an electronic spreadsheet is made for a user and its entire structure reflects the characteristic organization defined by it, so it is not necessary to perform extremely data manipulation. Thinking at the database level, they are designed to contain a much more significant amount of information, perform more complex operations and tend to be accessed by one more user at the same time safely and quickly through data logic and languages.

How many types of databases are there, and what are they?

Quantifying an exact number of database types is a difficult task, let's say that today there are several types of it that suit the specific needs of each user/organization, depending on their intentions.

By way of information, the most important and most used are: relational databases; object-oriented databases; distributed database; data warehouse; NoSQL database; graphic database; OLTP database.

In addition to these, which are the most used in general, there are other types of database considered more current and generally used for more specific purposes, such as for the scientific or financial area. These databases would have a different approach and more advanced technologies added to their processes, such as cloud and automation. Some of these newer databases are: open source databases; cloud databases; multi-model database; document/JSON database; standalone databases.

How do databases help with decision-making?

I believe that everyone can understand that a massive collection of data directly from the internet of things can directly impact the planning, coordination and decision-making of companies. Organizations following the path of innovation use databases for much more than basic data storage and transactions, what we see is the direct application of business intelligence and sophisticated computing techniques to define their actions and monitor performance.

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