What you would learn in Introduction to Database Engineering course?
Database Engineering is a fascinating area of software engineering. If you're looking to learn more about database engineering, then you've arrived at the correct location. I have designed this course carefully to cover one of the fundamental principles of engineering databases.
This course does not provide you with SQL and programming language, but it will help you master skills and patterns you can use in database engineering. Some of the topics you'll learn include Indexing Partitioning Sharding Replication, B-trees, deep indexing, Concurrency control databases, security engines, and much more.
I believe that understanding the basics of database engineering can provide you with the tools to solve difficult and complex problems independently. I always say that engineering is like math. You don't have to remember specific formulas and equations, but you can understand the fundamental proofs and determine or solve every equation thrown at you. The database engineering process is the same, but you can't declare that MongoDB is superior to MySQL and Postgres is special to Oracle. Instead, you study the specifics of your application and understand how each platform makes its own choices; you'll be able to make informed choices.
Storage engines, also known as database engines, sometimes referred to as embedded databases, are a kind of software library that database management software utilizes to save data to disk and to perform the CRUD (create edit delete) embedded means to move all data into one program, without a client-server network. In this course, I will review the various popular databases, define the distinctions between them, and start a database and alter its engine. I will also demonstrate the multiple attributes of each.
Understand and learn about ACID Properties
Concurrency Control (Optimistic, Pessimistic)
B-Trees are used in Production Database Systems
Database Design for Systems
The difference Between Database Management System, Database Engine, and embedded database
Database Engines, such as MyISAM, InnoDB, RocksDB, LevelDB, and More
Benefits of using an engine for a database over another
Switching Database Engines using MySQL
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