Database-centric architecture

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Database-centric Architecture or data-centric architecture has several distinct meanings, generally relating to software architectures in which databases play a crucial role. Often this description is meant to contrast the design to an alternative approach. For example, the characterization of an architecture as "database-centric" may mean any combination of the following:

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  3. ^ Database-Centric Grid and Cluster Computing
  4. ^ "The Data Centric Revolution". Retrieved 2017-01-09.