To be able to fully understand this term, we are going to disintegrate it into two understandable sections. Database design refers to the procedure of producing a detailed data model of a desired database. This data model may contain all the required logical and tangible design choices and physical storage parameters required to come up with a design in a data definition language, which can further be used in the creation of a database. A fully featured data model contains well-detailed features for each unit.

Database software is therefore the tool that is required to perform the fore mentioned characteristics.

The term database design can also be used to describe several different sections of the design of a general database …

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It is also sometimes referred to as Client Database Software. Before you read on this article, it may be of great help to read on Database Software first. Also read on Database Management Software before you proceed into this piece of informative article. Either way, we are also going to define a Database Software- which refers to that kind of software that purposes to create and manage any information stored within a database. In a layman’s language, something that makes your clients’ lives simpler and easier.

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Moving on, Customer Database Software therefore refers to a category of business software that covers a wide set of applications and software designed to help these businesses manage customer data and customer interaction, access …

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In a nutshell, A Database Management System, commonly abbreviated as DBMS refers to a set of computer programs that assume the role of creating, editing and deleting a database. In short, they generally maintain a database. The types of Database Management Systems are actually predetermined by the database model assumed. A database model itself refers to the mode of storage, management and administration of the actual database. This link will introduce to you to some the major types of Database Management Systems;

Relational Database Management System

Relational Database Management Systems are easy to use compared to the other types of database management systems. Relational database management owe their naming to the characteristic of normalizing the data, usually in a tabulated …

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In simple terms to simplify the term Database Management Software, it is simply that software that allows users to input, edit and update their data in database files. As long as the database management software has been created, customers are branded the opportunity to store and even retrieve their data from the database files.

Why You Need A Database Management System For Your Organisation

There are several reasons as to why companies and organisation may opt for database management software;

Quality of data retrieved by a customer can be owed to perfect database management software too. Man is prone to mistakes as always. Consider an instance of feeding data like a customer’s phone number to a database, data of …

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To first of all know about data masking, click here;

For Legal Requirements

The regulatory environment surrounding the duties and obligations of any person holding certain data to safeguard the information they are required to maintain are rapidly becoming more rigorous in almost every legal jurisdiction. It is usually an assumption that the standards for the security and maintenance of data will become increasingly strict in the near future.

To Prevent The Loss of Confidence And Public Relations Disasters

It is often said that in most locations, if a data loss occurs at your organization, then you will face more than the formal legal sanctions instituted by governmental bodies. Actually, when this happens, it may not even be the …

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Data Masking refers to the surrogating of existing and sensitive information under certain test or the development databases with information that seems real but actually is of no use to any Tom, Dick and Harry who might be tempted to put it to improper use.masked

Substitution As A Data Masking Technique

In a nutshell, this method comprises randomly replacing the contents of data arranged in columns with information that looks similar but is completely different to the real details. For instance, the surnames in a customer database could be masked by replacing the real last names with surnames fetched from a random list. Substitution is very effective in terms of preserving the look and feel of the original data. One …

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A Database Firewall as elaborated in this page, refers to a dedicated server that gathers SQL data from network traffic going to and fro a database and transmits the data to the Audit Vault Server. This Oracle AVDF is constructed to sustain more than one Database Firewalls, depending on the situation of your network.

oracleAn Audit Vault Agent takes back audit trail data from a protected target database or non-database and forwards it to the Audit Vault Server. Each and every protected target is connected to an Audit Vault Agent, which fetches data back from its audit trails.

 

Hardware Requirements of an Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall Software

First and foremost, your hardware must be compatible with Oracle …

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