The big question is – is SQL still relevant and should you learn it? Well, the answer is: Yes.
SQL has established itself as the de-facto data access language used across many different industries. This means that SQL is no longer just used by developers,but folks from many different parallel technical fields that need to store, manipulate, and access large volumes of data - analyse it with slice and dice concept to derive meaningful business information so as to have the business in competitive edge.
For this reason, SQL isn’t going anywhere. Its stable in popularity and still dwarfs NoSQL databases on a side by side comparison.
With this course, you can learn how to provision the latest Oracle Cloud Autonomous Database 19c which is provided on Oracle cloud infrastructure(OCI) as always free tier , utilize it to learn SQL and also explore other Autonomous DB tools including Oracle machine learning.
Towards Oracle SQL learning this course has following topics of coverage.
Whats a Business application.
Relational Database Management System - An overview.
What is Oracle Database Instance.
Different Oracle DB environment to Learn & Practice Oracle SQL
How to get access to Oracle Cloud Free tier.
An Overview about all new Oracle Autonomous Cloud Database.
Provisioning Oracle Autonomous Database on OCI
Accessing the Oracle Cloud Autonomous DB for SQL - web and client version.
Data Definition Language and Constraints
Data Manipulation Language.
What is Oracle Data Dictionary.
Other DB Objects - Sequence, Index, Synonyms & Views.
Database User Privilege & Roles
Understanding Correlated Subqueries.
Developer Tools with Oracle Cloud Autonomous Developer tools - An Overview
- Data analytics and Visualization with Oracle cloud DB: Machine learning
First step to become expert in Oracle SQL !!
Happy Learning! ....
Provisioning Autonomous Oracle Database 19c on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) - This is available on always free tier Oracle Cloud Offering
Overview about RDBMS concepts
Overview about Oracle Instance
Learn about Oracle SQL statement - Data definition, Data manipulation & Control statement