MySQL and MariaDB Programming and Administration Courses
MySQL is a fully featured open source relational database. It supports many of the features of large scale commercial
database management systems such as Oracle and SQLServer, including, in recent versions, embedded programming language support for coding triggers and stored procedures.
MySQL is widely used in many small to medium size database driven web sites - whether coded using Java, PHP, Perl , Python or some other scripting language. MySQL (the company ) is now owned by Oracle, as a result of Oracle's purchase of Sun. MySQL is still actively supported for the time being the future of MySQL looks reasonably stable.
MariaDB is a fork of the original MySQL open source project whose aim is to provide a truly open source clone of MySQL. It has all the features of the standard open source MySQL project and is the preferred variant of MySQL for those committed to using pure open source projects in their applications.
- DB581 Introduction to SQL and Relational Databases via MySQL (3 days)
- DB583 MySQL - An Intensive Introduction to MySQL for Developers (5 days)
- DB587 MySQL Database Administration (5 days)
- DB591 An Introduction to Building Web Sites using Apache, MySQL and PHP (5 days)