Databases

This course is handy with basic database management basics which equip students with knowledge on how to store, organize, and manage digital data efficiently and perform multiple tasks with ease

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This course introduces students to robust relational database design and development from desktop database application development and interfacing, to enterprise-wide SQL database architecture. Learners will be able to develop entity-relationship diagrams for business applications, SQL server queries for informational analytics and reporting, designing desktop and enterprise-wide database applications offline, and the web and database security.

What you will learn

    • Analyzing existing and future data processing needs
    • Developing an enterprise data model that reflects the organization’s fundamental business rules
    • developing and refining the conceptual data model, including all entities, relationships, attributes, and business rules
    • integration and merging database views into a conceptual model
    • How to apply normalization techniques
    • How to identify data integrity and security requirements
    • Deriving a physical design from the logical design taking into account application, hardware, operating system, and data communications networks requirements

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ABOUT INSTRUCTOR

IFIS provides comprehensive and realistic business-critical Computer Based Training (CBT) solutions for those responsible for and/or considering a career in a typical heterogeneous computing environment.

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