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History of DBMS

HISTORY OF DBMS


In the 1960’s the first DBMS was developed at IBM and was originally called IMS, written for the Apollo program.

In the 1970s, Edgar Codd thought of a way to make things a bit easier. He wrote a paper entitled, A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks, in which he proposed replacing these current systems with that of tables and rows. This concept would become relational DBMS.


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