MySQL is an open-source relational database management system. Many of the world’s largest and fastest-growing organizations including Facebook, Google, Adobe, Alcatel Lucent and Zappos rely on MySQL to save time and money powering their high-volume Web sites, businesscritical systems and packaged software.

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    MySQL is an open-source relational database management system. MySQL has stand-alone clients that allow users to interact directly with a MySQL database using SQL, but more often MySQL is used with other programs to implement applications that need relational database capability.

    Introduction to MySQL as an open source Database

    • List the advantages of MySQL over other RDBMA
    • Differentiate MySQL with other RDBMS.
    • List the advantage of PHP in MySQL.

    Installing and Configuring MySQL

    • Evaluate various distributing options to MySQL.
    • Install MySQL on Windows Platform
    • Install MySQL on Linux platform
    • Configuring MySQL using scripts
    • Initializing MySQL at the startup
    • Install MySQL
    • Configure MySQL using customization scripts

    Using MySQL

    • Create a database
    • Explain a data type
    • Identify the different types of data
    • Create a table
    • Explain the use of Normalization
    • Identify the different forms of Normalization
    • Explain the concepts of Indexes and Referential Integrity

    Implementing the SQL queries using MySQL-1

    • View and alter the database
    • Retrieve data from a table
    • Modify the table definitions
    • Delete table definitions
    • Modify the database
    • Use Select command
    • Use Select command with WHERE clause
    • Modify the table structure
    • Drop the table

    Implementing the SQL queries using MySQL-II

    • Work with Keys
    • Work with Indexes
    • Manipulate tables
    • Manipulate tables with INSERT, MANIPULATE, UPDATE and DELETE
    • Using Order BY
    • Using the Group By Command

    Using Joins

    • Know the basic concepts and reason behind joining tables
    • Use Equi-join
    • Use Outer- join
    • Use self-join
    • Use multiple Select queries in a single Select query
    • Use UNION with the query

    Using Basic Functions in MySQL

    • Use GROUP BY and HAVING clause in MySQL queries
    • Use the Mathematical functions
    • Use the date functions
    • Use String information function
    • Use the system information functions

    Controlling and Managing MySQL database

    • Create User Account
    • Allocate appropriate privileges to users
    • Alter privileges
    • Using GRANT command to assign privileges to user
    • Using REVOKE command to alter privileges granted to users