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:

Even an extreme database-centric architecture called RDBMS-only architecture[5] has been proposed, in which the three classic layers of an application are kept within the RDBMS. This architecture heavily uses the DBPL (Database Programming Language) of the RDBMS. An example of software with this architecture is Oracle Application Express (APEX).

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  1. ^ [1] A Database-centric approach to J2EE Application Development
  2. ^ Lind P, Alm M (2006), "A database-centric virtual chemistry system", J Chem Inf Model, 46 (3): 1034–9, doi:10.1021/ci050360b, PMID 16711722.
  3. ^ Database-Centric Grid and Cluster Computing
  4. ^ "The Data Centric Revolution". TDAN.com. Retrieved 2017-01-09.
  5. ^ Vicente, Alfonso; Etcheverry, Lorena; Sabiguero, Ariel (2021). "An RDBMS-only architecture for web applications". 2021 XLVII Latin American Computing Conference (CLEI): 1–9. doi:10.1109/CLEI53233.2021.9640017.