[86% Off] MySQL Database Admin -DBA for Beginners Course CouponUpdated: 2021-04-02T07:00:51Z by Amr
Duration: 9.5 hours
Learn Practical Hands-on MySQL DBA Skills
The MySQL is the world's most popular open source database.
This course will teach you a lot to start using this incredibly popular MySQL database and gain useful skills in the process. In learning about MySQL you will also gain an understanding of relational databases in general. Furthermore, you will harness that power by learning SQL and using it to build databases, populate them with data and query that data through extensive hands-on practices.
You will learn how to use the MySQL Workbench which is a very powerful administrative tool that contains a lot of useful features that will enable you perform various administrative tasks on MySQL Server installations.
What You will learn includes:
Installation and configuration of MySQL Server
Creating Stored Procedures
Managing users and proviledges
Performing backups and restore
Checking client connections
Checking Server Status
Perform table joins
Explore and use MySQL Workbench
Use MySQL Command line client
Execute Common MySQL Commands
Perform aggregate functions
Using SQL Editors
SQL is the language used to interact with databases like MySQL and others
SQL is a standard language for accessing and manipulating databases.
What is SQL?
SQL stands for Structured Query Language
SQL lets you access and manipulate databases
SQL became a standard of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) in 1986, and of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in 1987
What Can SQL do?
SQL can execute queries against a database
SQL can retrieve data from a database
SQL can insert records in a database
SQL can update records in a database
SQL can delete records from a database
SQL can create new databases
SQL can create new tables in a database
SQL can create stored procedures in a database
SQL can create views in a database
SQL can set permissions on tables, procedures, and views
SQL is a Standard - BUT....
Although SQL is an ANSI/ISO standard, there are different versions of the SQL language.