We use a number of data management tools, depending on the nature of the system, its size, when it needs to be delivered by, and budget.
When hosting databases on Google Cloud, you can expect 99.99% uptime, as well as ultra-low latency for accessing data hosted via the Google Cloud SQL app.
What is unique about hosting Data systems on the cloud, is that when users are accessing the database, whatever digital resources are required for potentially large amounts of information being manipulated are easily accessible at any required time. Whether you expect one user of 10,000 users, the database will run at a comparable speed.
MYSQL is the worlds most popular enterprise-level data language. Large websites such as Twitter, and LinkedIn have used MySQL as the language to develop their world-class systems
MySQL is a technical development tool, which is best used by experienced developers. It is open-source, meaning the database is much more cost-effective, but comes at the cost of user accessibility.
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SQL Server is a far more user-accessible system, as SQL server can be edited via SQL Server Management Studio, meaning data can b manipulated much more efficiently, in a far more user-friendly manner. SQL Server does have licensing costs which can increase the overall cost of the project, but will allow them to be finished much quicker, and can be edited much easier if required.
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MS Access is the most cost-effective data management tool, however it is best for very small-scale operations, with local hosting.
Microsoft Access can be used as a tool to add, edit, update or delete records in a SQL Server database online, while offering user accessibility by editing this information within the Microsoft Office application.
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