Advantages and Disadvantages of RDBMS
RDBMS is a product that showcases data arranged as a collection of rows and columns. And these RDBMS products follow some of the Codd’s 12 rules. With an RDBMS, it is possible to embed a collection of programs or capabilities, enabling IT and other related teams to create, edit, update, manage and interrelate with a relational database. Structured query language (SQL) is implemented by most commercial RDBMS systems for accessing the database. Some experts are of the opinion that RDBMS can run by itself without the intervention of SQL as it was developed after the introduction of the relational model.