MySQL for Database Administrators Training
Oracle’s MySQL software is the world’s most popular open source database and is trusted by some of the leading names in business, including Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube.
In a world of Microsoft SQL Server specialists, a candidate that holds the skills and knowledge to administer MySQL can carve out a niche specialism in a powerful database tool for web-based applications.
Aimed at Database Administrators (DBAs) that are looking to gain an insight into the latest version of MySQL, 5.5.8, this course will teach candidates to:
- Install and configure MySQL Servers
- Set up replication and security on MySQL
- Backup and protect MySQL databases
- Fine-tune database performance
What are the benefits of becoming a MySQL specialist?
Cost-effective, secure, and reliable, the latest version of MySQL from Oracle offers a complete database tool for web, cloud, and embedded application requirements.
Feature-rich and open source, MySQL offers a level of customisability unrivalled by other pieces of database software. MySQL is available on two-dozen platforms, features a pluggable storage engine architecture, and boasts a unique query cache that allows the storage of query and result sets.
An increasing number of companies are turning to MySQL, as businesses are looking to reduce costs and realise that open source software can outperform licensed products. Undertaking a training course that will show you how to administer MySQL databases will present you with opportunities to become sought-after in a specialism that is increasing in popularity.
What job roles and salaries are available for MySQL DBAs?
The latest figures from IT Jobs Watch highlight that the median income for MySQL Database Administrators in London is £52,500. Payscale highlight the following job roles for those who have a knowledge of MySQL:
- Web Developer
- Software Developer
- PHP Developer
- Senior Web Developer
- Senior Software Engineer
- Java Developer
- PHP Web Developer
What’s included with this training course?
This is a 5-day instructor-led course that covers a range of the essential skills expected of a MySQL Database Administrator.
We understand that attending a training centre can be difficult, that’s why students can attend a nationwide training centre, or access the instructor-led classroom from the convenience of their own home. Students that access the course using their computer receive the same experience as those attending a nationwide training centre.