Whether you’re ordering an item online, booking an airline ticket, or liking a social media post, that activity will generate data that has to be stored in a database.
On the most basic level, database management tools provide a framework for organizations to store and process that data efficiently. They aim to control data throughout its entire lifecycle, providing a systematic and secure way to create, retrieve, update and manage data. Features of a database management tool might include application tuning, response time testing, and throughput testing.
From a business perspective, database management tools can help to manage application performance, increase compliance, and measure growth.