Difference between DBMS and RDBMS

Although DBMS and RDBMS both are used to store data per­ma­nent­ly into phys­i­cal loca­tion but there are few minor dif­fer­ences between them. Below are the Dif­fer­ence between DBMS and RDBMS.

No.DBMSRDBMS
1)DBMS store infor­ma­tion as file.RDBMS appli­ca­tions store infor­ma­tion in a tab­u­lar form.
2)In DBMS, infor­ma­tion is gen­er­al­ly stored in either a hier­ar­chi­cal form or a nav­i­ga­tion­al form.In RDBMS, the tables have an iden­ti­fi­er called pri­ma­ry key and the infor­ma­tion val­ues are stored in the form of tables.
3)Nor­mal­iza­tion is not avail­able in DBMS.Nor­mal­iza­tion is avail­able in RDBMS.
4)DBMS does not apply any secu­ri­ty with regards to infor­ma­tion manip­u­la­tion.RDBMS defines the integri­ty con­straint for the pur­pose of ACID (Ato­m­oc­i­ty, Con­sis­ten­cy, Iso­la­tion and Dura­bil­i­ty) prop­er­ty.
5)DBMS uses file sys­tem to store infor­ma­tion , so there will be no rela­tion between the tables.In RDBMS, infor­ma­tion val­ues are stored in the form of tables, so a rela­tion­ship between these data val­ues will be stored in the form of a table as well.
6)DBMS has to pro­vide some uni­form meth­ods to access the stored data.RDBMS sys­tem sup­ports a tab­u­lar struc­ture of the infor­ma­tion and a rela­tion­ship between them to access the stored data.
7)DBMS does not bol­ster dis­trib­uted data­base.RDBMS bol­ster dis­trib­uted data­base.
8)DBMS is meant to be for small orga­ni­za­tion and deal with small infor­ma­tion. it sup­ports one user.RDBMS is designed to han­dle huge amount of infor­ma­tion. it sup­ports mul­ti­ple users.
9)Exam­ples of DBMS are xml, file sys­tems, etc.Exam­ple of RDBMS are mysqlsql serv­eroracle,postgre etc.