How does Amazon.com use database management systems?

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How does Amazon.com use database management systems?

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Pretty much everything that you see on Amazon’s web page is going to be database driven. All your purchase data is stored a database. They use this data to figure out which products you might like based on other peoples purchase history.

Every time you view a product that information is logged so that they can recommend other products that other people who have viewed that product.

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  • AshishSingh10
    Hi,

    Amazon uses relational database that is known as Amazon Relational Database Service. This model or service provided by Amazon is very cost efficient and has a re-sizable capacity too. 

    The Amazon RDS is now also compatible with the new T2 instances. RDS provides access to versions that are very much similar to MySQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and PostgreSQL.

    I hope the above mentioned information may prove helpful to you.

    Thanks and regards
    Ashish@S
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