Difference between RDBMS and IBM DB2

1. RDBMS :
RDBMS stands for Relational Database Management Systems. It is most popular database. In it data is store in the form of row that is in the form of tuple. It contain numbers of table and data can be easily access because data is store in the table. This Model was proposed by E.F.

2. IBM Db2 :
IBM Db2 is a family of data management products, including database servers, developed by IBM. It is a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) which supports object-oriented features and non relational structure with XML. Db2 is designed to store, analyze and retrieve the data efficiently. It was initially released in 1983 and is written in C, C++, Java and Assembly language.



Difference between RDBMS and IBM DB2 :

RDBMS IBM DB2
RDBMS was developed in 1989 by Microsoft. IBM DB2 was developed in 1983 by IBM.
It is implemented in C++ programming language only. It is implemented in C and C++ programming language.
LINUX and WINDOWS are the server operating system. AIX, HP-UX, LINUX, SOLARIS, WINDOWS are the server operating system.
ADO.NET, JDBC, OLE DB, ODBC, Tabular data scheme are the access methods and API’s. ADO.NET, JDBC, JSON style queries, ODBC, Xquery are the access methods and API’s.
Immediate consistency is achieved. There is no immediate consistency in this.
RDBMS has high rating as compared to IBM DB2. The rating of IBM DB2 is less than RDBMS.
It does not supports FORTRAN and PERL programming language. It supports FORTRAN and PERL programming language.
It supports javascript (Node js). It does not supports javascript.
Replication method is dependent on SQL server edition. Replication method is not dependent on SQL server edition.
Document store and graph DBMS are secondary database model. Document store and RDF store are secondary database model.

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