MongoDB – The NOSQL Database for Cloud and Desktop Computing:
Over the past few years the dominance of relational database is getting down. This is due to the arise of new type of database known as NoSQL database. NoSQL means Not Only SQL. It is a new way of thinking about database. NoSQL is a non relational database management systems which is quite different from traditional database management systems. It is a large distributed database system that helps in analysis of high volume and disparate data types. NoSQL databases are sometimes referred to as cloud databases. NoSQL has become the first alternative to relational databases because of its features like scalability, availability and fault tolerance. NoSQL has a flexible schema model. NoSQL handles any type of unstructured, messy and unpredictable data. NoSQL does not require SQL to analyze the data.
Through this course you shall be learning about installing MongoDB, the data model, working with data, GridFS, PHP and MongoDB, Python and MongoDB, creating a blog application with the PHP Driver, database administration, optimization, replication and sharding.
What’s the target audience for this course? To be honest, pretty much everyone needs to have some practical knowledge of about IT and web development in this day and age. The course is therefore applicable to everyone, but the narrowest target audience for this course would be:
- Students pursuing graduation in an IT field
- Students pursuing post-graduation in an IT field
- Working professionals who want to expand their IT knowledge
- Developers that want a jumpstart to their NOSQL learning
- People who want to learn how to build a website or to improve the effectiveness of their website
- Students in college, studying any stream
- Web developers and IT professionals who want to explore NOSQL in greater depth
Interested in learning this course? Before you sign up and start your journey, make sure you meet the prerequisites for this course. Don’t worry, though. The course has been designed to meet a broad audience, and so long as you have the following, you should be all good:
- Basic understanding of computers and the internet
- Basic knowledge about software and their terms
- A passion to learn and interest in IT
- A desire to expand your knowledge about coding and IT in general