Relational Database

A relational database is a type of database that organizes data in the form of tables, with rows and columns. Each table represents a specific entity, such as a customer or a product, and the rows represent individual instances of that entity. Relationships between tables are established using primary keys and foreign keys. Examples of relational databases include MySQL, Oracle Database, and Microsoft SQL Server.

ORM and Polyglot Persistence: Achieving Flexibility and Scalability in Modern Database Systems

ORM (Object-Relational Mapping) is a technique that allows developers to interact with relational databases using an object-oriented programming paradigm. It simplifies the process of working with databases by allowing developers to use their preferred programming language and abstracting away the underlying SQL queries. However, in today’s fast-paced and ever-changing tech landscape, the traditional approach of …