MySQL for Database Administrators Ed 5.1

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The MySQL for Database Administrators enables DBAs and other database professionals to maximize their organization’s investment in MySQL. Learn to configure the MySQL Server, set up replication and security, perform database backups and recoveries, optimize query performance, and configure for high availability.

  • Install and configure MySQL Server and client programs
  • Recognize the key components of the MySQL architecture
  • Manage user accounts and secure your server
  • Troubleshoot server slowdowns and other issues
  • Backup and recover MySQL database
  • Configure and administer a variety of replication topologies

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Course Information

Topics

  • Introduction to MySQL
  • Installing and Upgrading MySQL
  • Understanding MySQL Architecture
  • Configuring MySQL
  • Monitoring MySQL
  • Managing MySQL Users
  • Securing MySQL
  • Maintaining a Stable System
  • Optimizing Query Performance
  • Choosing a Backup Strategy
  • Performing Backups
  • Configuring a Replication Topology
  • Administering a Replication Topology
  • Achieving High Availability with MySQL InnoDB Cluster
  • Conclusion

Audience Profile

  • Cloud Administrators
  • Database Administrators
  • Database Designers
  • Web Administrators

Q: How do you define MySQL for database administration?

A: MySQL Administration is said to be a program or operation that is used to perform administrative tasks like configuring, monitoring, managing users and their roles, starting and stopping MySQL servers with backups, and other such admin procedures.

Q: What are the prerequisites for the MySQL for Database Administrators, Ed 5.1 course?

A: Requirements followed are having the experience with relational database concepts; knowledge of basic SQL statements; understanding of how to execute Linux/Unix commands.

Q: Who can take this MySQL for Database Administrators, Ed 5.1 course?

A: This course is designed for cloud administrators, database administrators, database designers, and web administrators in any field. 

Q: How to Become a MySQL Database Administrator?

A: To become a MySQL Database Administrator, one should have an excellent vehicle for managing and maintaining optimal performance across the environment. And the complete tool supports physical, virtual, and cloud instances of MySQL, enabling the complete environment to be monitored from a single cooperative console.

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