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A database is said to be a collection of well-organized data. It is the collection of tables, queries, reports, views, etc. The data is typically modeled in such a way that the aspects of reality in a way that it supports various processes promptly requires information. A database management system (DBMS) is said to be a software application that interacts with the user and the database thus capturing data. We use queries to know the relationship and a general-purpose DBMS is designed in such a way that it allows the user to define, create, apply queries, update and delete the databases.

In virtually all the business information systems, DBMS software takes care of the definition, storage, organisation and back-up of static and dynamic business data, under the skilled operational guidance of the Database Administrator (DBA). We at Oho provide training in all the major DBMS products that include IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle DB and MySQL, as well as skills training that are related to relational database design and the standard SQL Language.

A huge amount of business information has all remained locked away their unused transactional data, left behind from their day-to-day business. There are many powerful business intelligence tools from Microsoft, SAP, Oracle and others, and big data tools, such as Apache Hadoop, will be often-overlooked the transactional data into a key business asset thus helping the organizations to make better and more informed decisions.

database online training

database online training

OHO Training has a huge pool of trainers who offer database developer training to meet the growing corporate needs. The course and the syllabus are prepared by trainers at OHO Training who have a vast number of experience in leading IT companies all over the US. The course is effective and efficient and the course is designed as per the latest changed and upgraded trends in the industry. The trainers too are real-time faculties and top consultants in IT sector.

What are the various specialties that you can become

You can become the following once you finish the course

  1. SQL Developers
  2. Database Administrator
  3. Database Developer
  4. Database Designer
  5. Database Security Administrators

Here are some of the day to day duties and the much in demand skills sets that a Database developer will be including the following

1) Implement, support and manage the corporate databases.

2) Design and configure the various relational database objects

3) You will be responsible for data integrity and availability.

4) May be designing, deploying and monitoring databases, and servers

5) Data distribution and archiving, data flow diagrams, database normalization schemata

6) Implementing the database security that include backups and disaster recovery.

7) Plan and implement applications and design the entire websites

8) Plan the ER Models depending on the design and data provisioning

9) Transfer the database information to integrated mobile devices.

10) Some of them will be designing and developing the corporate database.

11) Analyze and report of the corporate data to help in shaping business decisions.

12) Logical to physical database maps and data table parameterization.

What will be taught in the course

The database certification course will begin with

  1. History and evolution of Databases
  2. Architecture
  3. Database design and installation of various database software
  4. Backup and recovery
  5. Query analysis and writing queries
  6. Database storage structures
  7. Managing and monitoring storage
  8. dealing with database corruption
  9. implementing database security
  10. Case study and a project

How will be the career?

You can be a fresher or an experienced candidate as you can start your career and you can think of taking database training as it is widely used in all projects in several corporate firms. You can now book a demo class too now for free and get to experience the database online course virtually and experience the way of handling the course in an efficient way. You can join as a database admin or a developer and work your way around.

Are there any certifications

Yes taking up a certification at the end of the course is a must and should to get better-paying jobs. You can take up database online training first or vendor-specific database training and then do an official certification at the end to do well. You can follow it up with any other development training too to go a better job and become a full stack developer too. Placement assistance too will be provided after the course.


Databases and Information Systems

An example usage context

Database system concepts and architecture.

High-level conceptual modeling

ER Modeling concepts

ER Diagrams

Cardinality constraints

Higher-order relationships

Enhanced ER Model (EER)

Weak-entity types

Subclasses and inheritance

Specialization and Generalization

Modeling of UNION types using categories

Relational algebra: Relational model concepts

Relational integrity constraints

Update operations on relations

Relational algebra model

ER to relational mapping

SQL : Data definition in SQL, Queries and update statements, Views, Integrity constraints, Specifying indexes, Embedded SQL.

IBM DB2 case study : Architecture of DB2, Data definition and manipulation in DB2.

EER to Relational mapping

Functional dependencies: Keys in a relational model

Concept of functional dependencies

Normal forms based on primary keys

Boyce-Codd Normal Forms

Multi-values dependencies and fourth normal form

Join dependencies and fifth normal form

Inclusion dependencies

Other dependencies and normal forms

Storage structures: Secondary storage devices

Buffering of blocks

File Organization


Sorted Files

Hashing and overflow handling techniques

Dynamic hashing

Extensible hashing

Other file organizations

Indexing methods : Basic terminology

Primary indexes

Clustering index

Secondary index

Multilevel indexes



B+ trees

inserting and searching algorithms for B+ trees

Other indexing methods

Transaction Fundamentals : OLTP environments

Concurrency issues

Need for transactions

Necessary properties of transactions (ACID properties)

Transaction states


Serial schedules

Conflict serializability

View serializability

Recoverable and non-recoverable schedules

Cascading rollbacks

Cascadeless schedules

Concurrency control : Serialized and non-serialized schedules

Testing for serializability


Lock compatibility matrix

Locking and serializability

Deadlocks and starvation

Two-phase locking (2PL) protocol


strict and rigorous 2PL

2PL with lock conversions

Timestamp-ordering based protocol

Multi-versioning protocol

Multi-granularity locking

Deadlock prevention protocols

Wait-die and wound-wait schemes

Time-out based schemes

Deadlock recovery

Nested transactions

Recovery concepts

Deferred updates technique

Immediate update technique

Shadow paging

ARIES recovery algorithm

Translating SQL into relational algebra

Basic query operations

Heuristics in query optimization

Selectivity and cost estimates in query optimization

Semantic query optimization

Discretionary access control

Mandatory access control and multi-level security

Statistical database security

Active database concepts

Temporal databases

Spatial databases

multi-media databases

Data fragmentation

replication and allocation in distributed databases

Types of distributed database systems Query processing in distributed databases

Concurrency control and recovery in distributed databases



Matt Demon

Learning Scientist & Master Trainer
Matt Demon has been a professional educator
for the past 18 years. He’s taught, tutored,
and coached over 900+ students, and he
holds degrees in Computer Science
from Harvard University. He has
spent the last 7 years studying how
people learn to code and develop applications.

John Britto
Learning Scientist & Master Trainer
He has been a professional educator for
the past 17 years. He’s taught, tutored,
and coached over 700 students, and
he holds degrees in Information Technology
from Brooklyn University. He has
spent the last 8 years studying how
people learn to code and develop applications.


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