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a COMPUTER software package which enables data to be created and stored, to be retrieved and analysed later. Databases can, for example, store names and addresses of potential or past customers which can be used to produce mailing lists for SALES PROMOTIONS.
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We can assume that two or more operations cannot be executed simultaneously by the database server. Because of this assumption, and in accordance with the analogous assumptions that have been made in a number of works on the restoration of databases (Kumar, 2001; Gelenbe and Derochette, 1979) that arise in the course of requests' servicing, we can assume that failures and moments of queries in the database take place in accordance with the laws of Poisson.
Recommendation: Encrypt any files that have value to the organization and are stored on the application or database server. If they have value to your organization, they are of value to an attacker.
Attacker forge a tag or reader as an authenticated one to steal the imformation in database server.
* Encryption Service--If an element is believed to be encrypted, it will pass through an encryption/decryption process before being sent to database server.
As the load on the database server is reduced, the server is able to handle that many more user requests which helps scale an application.
For the front database server, use of Oh-Pa 1/3, which makes possible high-speed data processing in a 64-bit Linux environment, enables large-volume batch processing and rapid responses to information queries from supervisors.
"One of the things we learned while working with our high-volume clients is that very large outbound email campaigns can clobber a database server just from handling bounces, clickthroughs and unsubscribe requests.
The major difficulty was not in displaying the Microsoft Access meta-data but in transferring the files from the central database server to the user's computer over the web-based interface.
NOT SO LONG AGO, when multi-tier computing architectures were first gaining momentum, the standard design consisted of three tiers: a client, an application server that ran the business logic and a database server. But many years after the three-tier model was adopted, extensive business logic was still frequently placed on both the clients and the databases.
An open source database server has nor been an option for enterprise solutions.
To ensure that students and faculty using the system work uninterrupted in the event of planned or unplanned server outages, Vista 1.0 adds session failover and facilitates database server clustering through Oracle9i Real Application Clusters, a feature of the Oracle9i database, in addition to system server clustering.
"We achieved 38 percent performance improvement with a 50 percent increase in the number of processors on the database server used in our earlier SAP SD benchmark configuration," said Mark Feverston, vice president, Unisys Server Programs.

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