Column-Oriented Databases

Column-oriented DBMS is a database management system that stores data tables by column rather than by row. The key features include sorting and manipulating data, self-indexing, data scalability and compressing data. The storage feature is a feature in almost every database. In this software, the feature helps in preventing loss of data and ensuring durability. The data sorting and manipulation feature enables sorting and manipulating data straight from the columnar database. The self-indexing feature provides an excellent platform for indexing columns to help in analyzing data, and querying. The scalability feature allows users to easily store data in columns. By storing data in columns, it provides users with an excellent opportunity of storing data in large proportions. The data compression feature allows compressing data at a high level. This enables optimizing the storage location. Some of the benefits of this program include quick loading of data, which enables quick operation of data in columnar format. The database can also store data for a long time compared to other databases.

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