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database

A database is a collection of information that is organized in a structured fashion. Two examples of databases are Relational Databases (such as Oracle, Sybase, or DB2), where data is stored in tables and generally accessed by one or more keys and Flat File Databases, where data is not generally broken up into tables and relationships. Databases generally provide tools and/or interfaces to retrieve data.