Regarded as one of the most popular Relational SQL open-source database management systems, MySQL is used for developing web-based applications and is used by leading corporates like Facebook, Google and Adobe to power their websites and software. MySQL is written in C and C++ and is the core component of the LAMP web application software stack.
Zeolearn academy brings you a detailed MySQL training designed specifically for Web-based application developers. This MySQL online course has also been designed in a way that even beginners will be able to understand the basic and advanced concepts of MySQL language. The course fee is affordable at our institute which also includes fee for materials.
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Here is what you will learn from MySQL training classes!
Is this coaching right for you?
Any software professional who wants to make a career shift towards Web-based application development will be benefited from this course. Graduates who want to work on RDBMS can take advantage of this MySQL certification course.
On course completion, all participants have to work on a project to get hands-on familiarity with the concepts learned. Participants will be trained on MySQL with full support from their respective trainer along with course materials. This project, which can also be a live industry project, will be reviewed by our instructors and industry experts. On successful completion, you will be awarded a certificate.
You will receive MySQL certification in the form of a course completion certificate.
Zeolearn brings you online mentor driven courses that not only helps professionals gain theoretical expertise but also the practical experience in a wide variety of courses including courses on Database such as Cassandra, which is very popular. The fact that our workshops are mentor driven gives us an edge over other training institutes since you can learn from industry experts about the application and challenges of upcoming technologies. We have so far trained thousands of professionals with the skills needed to land lucrative jobs and you could be next!
Classes are held on weekdays and weekends. You can check available schedules and choose the batch timings which are convenient for you. Demo classes will also be provided on demand.
You may be required to put in 10 to 12 hours of effort every week, including the live class, self-study, and assignments.
As this is an online program, you will need a windows computer with high speed internet connection to attend your classes. A headset with microphone is recommended. You may also attend these classes from your Smartphone or tablet.
Melbourne is one of the most beautiful cities in the entire southern hemisphere. It is also among the most developed cities. This mega city boasts a US$90 billion economy and has created almost 500,000 local jobs. The biggest industry is this city is said to be the professional, scientific and technical services sector followed by financial and insurance services sector. In case you might not have noticed, both of these sectors are going online and they require a lot of database management services to stay online.
About the Course
With the rapidly emerging Australian IT industry, most of its companies are choosing to go online. This will eventually require them to maintain digital records. Grocery stores, hospitals, petrol stations and many other such businesses will require strict database administration to ensure that the data stays in one place and is not tampered with. The booming industry requires and will require in the future, a lot of eligible certified database administrators and experts. To equip you to be able to make the most of these opportunities and kick-start your career in the IT industry, Zeolearn Academy presents the MySQL certification in Melbourne. The coaching will consist of chiefly 6 modules ranging from the basics of the database to advanced SQL. MySQL certification in Melbourne is essentially an instructor-led live training session spanning 24 hours.
MySQL is considered as the most widely used database management system involving relational databases or RDBMS. The MySQL training in Melbourne will train and groom you to meet the requirements of giants like Facebook, Google and Adobe, who use MySQL on their platforms. The lectures will begin with the fundamentals of RDBMS, the architecture of MySQL and database ACID properties. Practice sessions covering topics like designing databases tables with constraints will be held and monitored by trainers at the institute. The MySQL training in Melbourne will also cover database security, performance monitoring and optimization among others. Advanced topics such as building and updating views - dynamic tables, SQL select statements, join command, database manipulation using insert, update and delete commands will be covered in the last module of this workshop.
As part of the MySQL course in Melbourne, you will be given a project to work on before the sessions conclude. This project can be a live industry project that will be monitored and reviewed by real-time industry experts. You will gain a significant amount of experience and also be awarded a certificate on completion of this project on a satisfactory level. MySQL training classes in Melbourne also requires participants to be working on over a hundred hours of tutored assignments as part of this course. You will be provided with ample supplementary learning material should you ever want to brush up on the basics or ever miss a class.
Here is What You Will Learn
Our MySQL training course in Melbourne offers:
Objectives of the Course
Highlights of the Course
Is This Course Right For You?
Database management is essentially a back-end service. However, any software professional or aspirant who wants to make it big in this field can take this course. Graduate students who want to gain expansive knowledge on databases will also benefit hugely from this workshop.
This course by itself is an introductory one. However, it is advised that participants be aware of, if they do not have a complete understanding of the basics of relational databases.