Stencils matching ‘database’
AWS Simple Icons for Architecture Diagrams from http://aws.amazon.com/architecture/icons/ converted to stencils.
AWS Simple Icons are an official icon set that includes icons for several AWS products and resources. Customers and partners are permitted by AWS to use them to create architecture diagrams. The icons are designed to be simple so that you can easily incorporate them in your diagrams and put them in your whitepapers,...more
Some helpful stencils for designing your database and models. Sort of an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) with some added stuff that helps me think through what's going to go on when I get to coding. Don't feel bad if (like me) you are more of a Designer/Developer and just use the plain arrow to connect things. The ERD stuff...more
The new Cool Flowchart Symbols Version 2 stencil makes software process flowcharts beautiful. It features elegant symbol designs for processes, hardware, and popular document types. Version 2 adds new database, document types, and Sprint process symbols. I created this stencil because I wanted to create beautiful process...more
I frequently find I use logos when diagramming infrastructure and application architectures. These logos are a preliminary set of the ones I find I use most commonly for databases. Feel free to request or recommend additions.
A simple, classic database cylinder.
Allows you to draw IDEF1X-compliant Data Models (examine all five pages). IDEF1X is a methodology and standard (NIST/FIPS 184 in 1993) for modelling Relational databases. It emphasises and promotes data independence; proper use of keys; extensibility; quality; and ease of use, and produces a genuinely Relational database....more
An Entity Data Model is the link between business data views and databases. It abstracts the underlying data structure and serves the data in a way that makes sense to the requesting application. Although RESTful services can self-document, it is almost always necessary to visualise the model graphically on a one-pager to...more
Entity Relationship models for design database diagrams.