Database Architecture | 1-tier architecture | 2-tier architecture | 3 tier architecture | nth tier architecture

Database architecture uses programming languages to design a particular type of software for businesses or organizations.Database architecture focuses on the design, development, implementation and maintenance of computer programs that store and organize information for businesses, agencies and institutions. A database architect develops and implements software to meet the needs of users. The design of a DBMS depends on its architecture. It can be centralized or decentralized or hierarchical. The architecture of a DBMS can be seen as either single tier or multi-tier. The tiers are classified as follows :

1-tier architecture: One-tier architecture involves putting all of the required components for a software application or technology on a single server or platform.

2-tier architecture:

The two-tier is based on Client Server architecture. The two-tier architecture is like client server application. The direct communication takes place between client and server. There is no intermediate between client and server.

3-tier architecture:

A 3-tier architecture separates its tiers from each other based on the complexity of the users and how they use the data present in the database. It is the most widely used architecture to design a DBMS.

n-tier architecture:

N-tier architecture would involve dividing an application into three different tiers. These would be the

logic tier,

the presentation tier, and

the data tier.

 

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