MySQL is the most popular and widely used relational databases in the World today.
The main purpose of this comprehensive course is to assist you on setting up MySQL 8 and running with replication, learn about database administration topics like backups, replication, monitoring, and point in time recovery, switchovers, user management and version upgrades. It is packed with step-by-step instructions and working examples to solve any problem you might come across in MySQL querying and administration
Contents and Overview
This training program includes 2 complete courses, carefully chosen to give you the most comprehensive training possible.
The first course, MySQL 8 for Administrators, covers the differences between various MySQL versions. It starts off with the basics: Installing MySQL and creating users. After that, we will get sysbench up and running. Sysbench, responsible for issuing queries against databases, is the de-facto benchmarking tool for MySQL. With that hands-on lab environment at hand, we will learn about various database administration topics like backups, replication, monitoring, and point in time recovery, switchovers, user management and version upgrades.
The second course, MySQL 8 Recipes, contains practical recipes on efficient MySQL administration, with tips on effective user management, security, database monitoring, troubleshooting, and more. Supplying quick solutions to common problems you might encounter while working with MySQL, the tutorial contains practical tips and tricks to give you the edge over others while designing, developing, and administering your MySQL solution.
By the end of this training program, you will be well versed with high-performance querying and database administration using MySQL.
About the Authors
Peter Boros has more than 10 years of MySQL administration experience. Peter has also taught Oracle University courses about MySQL across EMEA, later he was a Principal Architect at Percona, a company specializing in MySQL consulting. Apart from this, he has worked with a few of the world’s largest MySQL deployments, belonging to prestigious web properties. This course is a product of Peter’s immense work experience and his expertise on the subject.
Simon Krenger is a Database Engineer for the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) in Bern, Switzerland. He has worked with a wide variety of technologies, including Oracle databases (OCP), Linux, and automation software. He focuses on Information Security and has gained experience with common agile software development practices.