||DBMS applications store data as file.
||RDBMS applications store data in a tabular form.
||In DBMS, data is generally stored in either a hierarchical form or a navigational form.
||In RDBMS, the tables have an identifier called primary key and the data values are stored in the form of tables.
||Normalization is not present in DBMS.
||Normalization is present in RDBMS.
||DBMS does not apply any security with regards to data manipulation.
||RDBMS defines the integrity constraint for the purpose of ACID (Atomocity, Consistency, Isolation and Durability) property.
||DBMS uses file system to store data, so there will be no relation between the tables.
||in RDBMS, data 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.
||DBMS has to provide some uniform methods to access the stored information.
||RDBMS system supports a tabular structure of the data and a relationship between them to access the stored information.
||DBMS does not support distributed database.
||RDBMS supports distributed database.
||DBMS is meant to be for small organization and deal with small data. it supports single user.
||RDBMS is designed to handle large amount of data. it supports multiple users.
||Examples of DBMS are file systems, xml etc.
||Example of RDBMS are mysql, postgre, sql server, oracle etc.