Learn the Database services on Microsoft Azure.
Description In this course we would explore various databases and services available on Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Course is divided into multiple sections, and we would be learning three database services- SQL Database, CosmosDB and Data Warehouse.
With SQL Database, we could create Relational, SQL based database where we can create, read, update, delete (CRUD) data values arranged in rows and columns in form tables.
With CosmosDB we can create multiple kinds of No SQL databases- document, key value, column, graph that are highly elastic, distributed and scalable.
With Data Warehouse we could keep our structured, semi-structured data on the cloud.
We would be learning concepts with practical exercises and projects on CosmosDB and SQL Database. We would also learn about Azure Command line interface (CLI).
Basic knowledge A basic understanding of DBMS/Database concepts would be more than sufficient What will you learn In this course we would explore various Database services available on Microsoft Azure cloud. We would learn SQL Database, CosmosDB, and Data warehouse with practical exercises and projects To continue:
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