Global Database Management Systems (DBMS) Markets Over $ 125 Billion Through 2026 With Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, Amazon AWS Dominating –

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The report “Global Database Management System (DBMS) Market Report and Forecast 2021-2026” has been added to offer.

The global database management systems (DBMS) market reached a value of approximately USD 63.1 billion in 2020. Aided by the growing demand for cloud-based database management systems (DBMS), The market is expected to continue growing at a CAGR of 12.4% between 2021 and 2026 to reach a value of approximately $ 125.6 billion by 2026.

A database management system (DBMS) is software designed to store, define, retrieve, manage and manipulate data. It provides an interface between the user and the system to manage the database engine and data of an organization. It helps maintain data consistency while improving database security and protection. Database management systems (DBMS) allow data to be transferred and accessed efficiently by multiple end users to minimize data inconsistency. It generates better quality information and thus improves the decision-making processes of organizations.

In addition, database management systems (DBMS) are easy to use, eliminating the need for skilled professionals, thereby reducing the operational costs of organizations. Such advantages of database management systems (DBMS) are increasing its demand, thus driving the market growth.

The Database Management Systems (DBMS) market is helped by the increasing deployment of Database Management Systems (DBMS) to efficiently store and manage databases in various organizations. In addition, technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly integrated to enable efficient knowledge processing and intelligent data management in a database management system (DBMS).

It also automates data maintenance, updating and upgrades while improving the in-memory functionality of the system, further enhancing the market growth. In addition, the development of database management systems with improved security increases their demand, which is driving the growth of the market. The trend is also increasing the demand for a cloud-based database management system (DBMS), as it provides encryption aligned with advanced algorithms.

The growing adoption of cloud-based management systems can be attributed to the high availability and connectivity of data accessible anywhere. This trend accelerated at the onset of the COVID-19 crisis and is expected to continue as various organizations shift to hybrid and remote work models, which is expected to propel market growth.

Competitive landscape

The report examines the market shares, plant rotations, capacities, investments, and mergers and acquisitions, among other major developments, of key industry players.

Some of the major market players explored in the report are:

  • Oracle

  • Microsoft

  • IBM

  • SAP

  • Amazon AWS

Main topics covered:

1 Preface

1.1 Study objectives

2 Research methodology

2.1 Data extraction

2.2 Data corroboration

2.3 Market structure

2.4 Assumptions

2.5 Market models

3 Presentation

3.1 Market outlook

3.2 Scope and market segmentation

3.3 Additional information

4 Executive summary

4.1 Key market developments

4.2 Market analysis

4.3 Key players

4.4 Cost structure

4.5 Revenue and Market Growth

5 Market dynamics

5.1 Analysis of market drivers

5.2 Analysis of market restrictions

5.3 Industry challenges

5.4 Industry opportunities

6 Global Database Management System (DBMS) Market Analysis

7 SWOT analysis

8 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

9 key MRE metrics for demand

10 key EMR metrics for the price

11 Procurement strategy

11.1 Procurement model

11.2 Key performance indicators

11.3 Service level agreements

12 Cost analysis

12.1 Cost of material

12.2 Software cost

12.3 Implementation cost

12.4 Cost of training

12.5 Cost of assistance and maintenance

13 Competitive landscape and supplier analysis

13.1 Oracle

13.2 Microsoft

13.3 IBM

13.4 SAP

13.5 Amazon AWS

13.6 Others

14 industry events and developments

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Maria H. Underwood