dat415 | undergraduate
Managing The Database Environment II
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Efficient Database Management and Optimized Structured Query Language (SQL) Queries
- Construct SQL queries that use multiple joins to return a data set.
- Evaluate the performance of SQL queries to limit processor and network resources.
- Evaluate why databases become inefficient.
- Construct optimized SQL queries.
Complex Queries, Triggers, and Views
- Construct complex SQL queries.
- Construct triggers in SQL.
- Construct views (virtual tables) in SQL.
Client Server Data Transfer
- Create XML and JSON data structures that would move data from client to server.
Big Data Analytics and Data Management Tools
- Compare big data analytics: descriptive vs. predictive vs. prescriptive.
- Evaluate tools and techniques for proactively managing large databases.
- Define data normalization through use of Boyce-Codd normal form (BCNF).
- Apply data normalization through BCNF.
- Explain the value of normalized data for an enterprise level database application.
- Determine the characteristics of inefficient database schemas.
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