This course standout amongst the most exceptionally popular in the IT sector today.
Reliably positioned the most sought after surveys, SQL is a phenomenal method to increase your pay and lift your career. Such a significant number of organizations today use MySQL. Uncertain about the distinction among SQL and MySQL? MySQL is the most mainstream open source SQL database out there, so it’s an incredible decision to start your learning venture. We’ll ramble increasingly about the distinction among SQL and MySQL in the course, however 95% of what you find out about MySQL in this course will apply to different databases, for example, Postgres, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server.
After finishing this course, you’ll have the capacity to operate with and question any SQL database out there. You’ll likewise have the capacity to produce reports effortlessly, answer organization execution addresses utilizing information, and coordinate MySQL into complete applications.
MySQL is the world’s most popular open source database. With its proven performance, reliability, and ease-of-use, MySQL has become the leading database choice for web-based applications, used by high profile web properties including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and all five of the top five websites. Additionally, it is an extremely popular choice as embedded database, distributed by thousands of ISVs and OEMs.
Anyone interested in learning SQL to help with their current job or to find a new role. Looking for business problems and generate reports using data. Developers who are looking to build applications using MySQL.
No Database, SQL, or MySQL experience needed Complete beginners to MySQL are welcome. All you need is a computer basics PC, Mac, and Linux users. No previous programming language experience required.
Database developer, database administrator and analyst in major IT companies like synopsis, NTTdata, Teradata, swiggy, zomato, redbus, way2sms and more.
The main concepts covered are Introduction, mysql architecture, the mysql server, mysql architecture, mysql clients, and overview of data types, storage engines, partitioning, transactions and locking, table maintenance, introduction to performance tuning.
THE MYSQL SERVER
CONFIGURING THE MYSQL SERVER
OVERVIEW OF DATA TYPES
TRANSACTIONS AND LOCKING
SECURITY AND USER MANAGEMENT
EXPORTING AND IMPORTING DATA
PROGRAMMING WITH MYSQL
BACKUP AND RECOVERY
INTRODUCTION TO PERFORMANCE TUNING
INTRODUCTION TO HIGH AVAILABILITY