SQL Databases

Definition updated on November 2023

What are SQL databases?

Data is stored and processed using the structured query language (SQL) of a relational database. Data is kept in tabular form in relational databases, with rows and columns designating different data quality and the connections between the values of those attributes. Use SQL statements to store, update, remove, search for, and retrieve data from the database. SQL can be used to enhance and maintain database performance. A well-liked query language that is commonly used in many kinds of applications is structured query language (SQL). Because it integrates well with other programming languages, SQL is a preferred programming language among data analysts and developers. For instance, users can use the Java programming language to incorporate SQL queries in order to create high-performance data processing applications using popular SQL database systems like Oracle or MS SQL Server.

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