|Q1.A ---------database architecture that is used for handling huge amounts of data that are highly scalable and fault-tolerant. A) Object Relational D)Relational B)Object Oriented C)Not-only-SQL.
Q2.is a data storage paradigm designed for storing, retrieving, and managing associative arrays, as a dictionary or hash table. D)Column DB A) Key Value DB B)Document DB C)Graph DB.
.Is a data storage paradigm designed for storing data as key-value pairs and can have a complex nested structure D)Column DB A) Key Value DB B)Document DB C)Graph DB.
Q4.Data storage are based on a sparsely populated table whose rows can contain arbitrary columns and where keys provide for natural indexing. Column DB Graph DB Document DB A) Key Value DB.
Q5.NoSQL database that uses relationship or edge structures for semantic queries with nodes, and properties to represent and store data A) Key Value DB D)Column DB B)Document DB C)Graph DB.
Q6.A view can restrict user access to specific rows in a table .A) True B)False.
Q7.A view can restrict user access to specific columns in a table. true false.
Q8.A view replicates data, from a table, in a new databaseviewobject. true false.