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Proposed DBMS for OTT Platforms in Line With New Age Requirements


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1 Student, Pandit Deendayal Energy University-Knowledge Corridor, Raisan Village, Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India
2 Associate Professor, Pandit Deendayal Energy University-Knowledge Corridor, Raisan Village, Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India

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Database management has become an enormous tool for on-demand content distribution services, proffering required information and providing custom services to the user. It also plays a major role for platforms to manage their data in such a way that data redundancy is minimized. This paper emphasizes improving the user experience for the platform by efficiently managing data. Keeping in mind all the new age requirements, especially after COVID-19 the sudden surge in subscription has led the stakeholders to try new things to lead the OTT market. Collection of shows being the starting point, this paper improvises the currently existing branches via various tables and suggests some new features on how the data collected can be utilized for introducing new and much-required query results for the consumer.

Keywords

Database Management, DBMS (Database Management System), Features, Movies, OTT (Over-the-Top), Pandemic, Shows.

Manuscript Received : June 3, 2021 ; Revised : July 5, 2021 ; Accepted : July 20, 2021. Date of Publication : August 5, 2021.

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Authors

Khushi Shah
Student, Pandit Deendayal Energy University-Knowledge Corridor, Raisan Village, Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India
Aryan Shah
Student, Pandit Deendayal Energy University-Knowledge Corridor, Raisan Village, Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India
Charmi Shah
Student, Pandit Deendayal Energy University-Knowledge Corridor, Raisan Village, Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India
Devansh Shah
Student, Pandit Deendayal Energy University-Knowledge Corridor, Raisan Village, Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India
Mustafa Africawala
Student, Pandit Deendayal Energy University-Knowledge Corridor, Raisan Village, Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India
Nishant Doshi
Associate Professor, Pandit Deendayal Energy University-Knowledge Corridor, Raisan Village, Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India
Rushabh Shah
Student, Pandit Deendayal Energy University-Knowledge Corridor, Raisan Village, Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India

Abstract


Database management has become an enormous tool for on-demand content distribution services, proffering required information and providing custom services to the user. It also plays a major role for platforms to manage their data in such a way that data redundancy is minimized. This paper emphasizes improving the user experience for the platform by efficiently managing data. Keeping in mind all the new age requirements, especially after COVID-19 the sudden surge in subscription has led the stakeholders to try new things to lead the OTT market. Collection of shows being the starting point, this paper improvises the currently existing branches via various tables and suggests some new features on how the data collected can be utilized for introducing new and much-required query results for the consumer.

Keywords


Database Management, DBMS (Database Management System), Features, Movies, OTT (Over-the-Top), Pandemic, Shows.

Manuscript Received : June 3, 2021 ; Revised : July 5, 2021 ; Accepted : July 20, 2021. Date of Publication : August 5, 2021.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17010/ijcs%2F2021%2Fv6%2Fi3-4%2F165407