You've taken a tour of data access and have learned how the new ADO.NET API works. You've looked at various access patterns and investigated the design nuances of the ADO.NET model. But programmers and system architects are usually interested in more mundane issues such as these:
Which database do I choose?
How do I get my data to integrate with my Web site? How can I make data access as fast as possible and also plan for scaling up to perhaps huge numbers of users?
What is the best way to structure data storage in my application?
What is the best way to structure data for presentation?
What is the best and easiest way to exchange data with business partners?
Hopefully, this book has given you enough detailed information ...