Database solutions today must be able to adapt and integrate among various computing applications. Determine at least three forms of database connectivity methods that can be used as an interface between applications. For each method you have chosen, create an example that demonstrates how each could facilitate data exchange functionality in a cloud service environment.Suggest at least two software solutions that offer the connectivity methods you have determined in Part 1 of this discussion to interface with other systems.XML provides a method for data to be transferred between systems. Specify at least three components of an XML document. Analyze how each component ensures data reliability and validation.Identify at least two e-Commerce systems that provide XML data integration. For each system, describe how XML extensions could enable e-Commerce integration among system stakeholders such as vendors, resellers, suppliers, and customers.Your company has been hired to design a product that will provide searches of textual documents and database querying. Your design team has not developed a product like this before. Examine the challenges associated with searching in textual documents and database querying. Describe how the five-stage search framework shared in Chapter 13 could be used to overcome those challenges.Assess current multimedia document search techniques and suggest three techniques to improve multimedia search experiences. Explain why you chose to recommend each of the techniques you suggested.Describe the most effective advanced filtering and search interface. Argue why the interface you chose is more effective than others, and describe who benefits most from the interface you are describing.From the e-Activity, Google has been the dominant market leader for search engines for the past several years, despite a fairly basic interface and competition from competitors like Microsoft and Yahoo. Discuss reasons why Google has been able to maintain such a high market share. Also, suggest some ideas for a search engine that would be able to take market share away from Google.