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  • MySQL for Administration

Sorry, we currently do not have any public courses scheduled for the SQL level 1 course. Please contact us to see if we can put one on the schedule for you

Sorry, we currently do not have any public courses scheduled for the SQL level 1 course. Please contact us to see if we can put one on the schedule for you

MySQL for Administration

Course Description


In today’s business environment we have large amounts of data and information that has to be organized and managed. MySQL is the most popular open source database, offering the power of a fully relation database in a package that’s easy to set up and administer making it an a popular tool for organizations that need to manage large data.


This course will focus on how to install MySQL, manage users and privileges, how to backup and restore MySQL databases, configure and maintain a MySQL server.


Target Audience


This course is primarily for people who do not know much about deploying and using an actual database-management system, or about developing applications that use a database.


Prerequisites


  • MTA Database Fundamentals course for more information contact us.
  • Or relevant SQL experience.
  • MySQL for Administration

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    Module 1: Introduction

  • Why is MySQL so Popular
  • Elements of MySQL and Its Environment

     

    Module 2: Installing MySQL

  • Installation Choices and Platforms
  • Using the Command-Line Interface
  • Using a Text Editor
  • Downloading and Verifying Files from the MySQL AB Web Site
  • Installing Under Linux
  • Installing Under Windows
  • Installing Under Mac OS X
  • Using a MySQL Installation Provider by an ISP
  • Upgrading an Existing MySQL server
  • Configuring Access to the MySQL Server
  • What If Things Don’t Work?
  • The Contents of the MySQL Directory
  • Configuring and Controlling the Apache Web Server

     

    Module 3: Using the MySQL Monitor

  • Starting the Monitor
  • Style, Case, and Semicolons
  • The Monitor Help
  • Running the Monitor in Batch Mode
  • Loading the Sample Databases
  • MySQL Monitor Program Options
  • Graphical Clients

     

    Module 4: Modeling and Designing Databases

  • How Not to Develop a Database
  • The Database Design Process
  • The Entity Relationship Model
  • Entity Relationship Modeling Examples
  • Using the Entity Relationship Model
  • Using Tools for Database Design

     

    Module 5: Basic SQL

  • Using the Music Database
  • The SELECT Statement and Basic Querying Techniques
  • The INSERT Statement
  • The DELETE Statement
  • The UPDATE Statement
  • Exploring Databases and Tables with SHOW and mysqlshow

     

    Module 6 : Working with Database Structures

  • Creating and Using Databases
  • Creating Tables
  • The Sample Music Database
  • Altering Structures
  • Deleting Structures

     

    Module 7: Advanced Querying

  • Aliases
  • Aggregating Data
  • Advanced Joins
  • Nested Queries
  • User Variables
  • Transactions and Locking
  • Table Types

     

    Module 8: Doing More with MySQL

  • Inserting Data Using Queries
  • Loading Data from Comma-Delimited Files
  • Writing Data into Comma-Delimited Files
  • Creating Tables with Queries
  • Updates and Deletes with Multiple Tables
  • Replacing Data
  • The EXPLAIN Statement

     

    Module 9: Managing Users with Privileges

  • Understanding Users and Privileges
  • Creating and Using New Users
  • Privileges
  • The GRANT OPTION Privilege
  • How Privileges Interact
  • Users and Hosts
  • Checking Privileges
  • Revoking Privileges
  • Removing Users
  • Understanding and Changing Passwords
  • The Default Users
  • Devising a User Security Policy
  • Managing Privileges with SQL
  • Privileges and Performance
  • Resetting Forgotten MySQL Passwords

     

    Module 10: Backups and Recovery

  • Dumping a Database as SQL Statements
  • Loading Data from an SQL Dump File
  • mysqlhotcopy
  • Scheduling Backups
  • The Binary Log
  • Checking and Repairing Corrupted Tables
  • Re-Creating Damaged Grant Tables

     

    Module 11: Using an Options File

  • Configuring Options for the MySQL Monitor
  • Structure of the Options File
  • Scope of Options
  • Search Order for Options Files
  • Determining the Options in Effect

     

    Module 12: Configuring and Tuning the Server

  • The MySQL Server Daemon
  • Server Variables
  • Checking Server Settings
  • Other Things to Consider

     

    Our goal is to make sure your training meets your objectives, not ours. Therefore, all of our outlines are used as guidelines for particular courses. This outline does not guarantee that all the topics listed will be covered in the time allowed. The amount of material covered is based on the skill level of the student audience. We may change or alter course topics to best suit the classroom situation.

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