Most of today’s mid-career engineers remember when the idea of including a database management system (DBMS) within electronics’ embedded software was considered laughable. DBMSs’ hardware demands outstripped target devices’ RAM, CPU, and storage capacities, and their many “moving parts”—ranging from SQL parsing to transaction management, disk and file system interaction, and caching—imposed unacceptable latency. Today’s electronics
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