NoSQL stands for ``Not Only SQL``. It's used to describe a new class of database management systems that are different from traditional relational databases. It uses a variety of data models, such as key-value, graph, and use non-SQL languages and APIs for data access. Developed in response to the growing need for flexible and scalable data storage solutions.

NoSQL Baudhyantram

About NoSQL Training Program

This training program is a course that teach individuals about the NoSQL database management system. This program provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the NoSQL database model and provides hands-on experience. It helps participants gain the skills and knowledge they need to effectively use these systems in real-world scenarios.

The content of this training program typically includes topics such as:

  • Introduction: A comprehensive overview, including the history and development of NoSQL systems and how they differ from traditional relational databases.
  • Data models: Detailed explanations of the different data models used in NoSQL databases, including key-value, document, and graph models.
  • Databases: An introduction to some of the most popular NoSQL databases, including MongoDB, CouchDB, and Neo4j, among others.
  • Data storage and retrieval: An in-depth look at how data’s stored and retrieved, including the use of non-SQL languages and APIs.
  • Indexing and performance optimization: A discussion of how to optimize performance by using various indexing techniques and best practices.
  • Real-world applications: Hands-on experience working with NoSQL databases, such as data modeling, data storage, and data retrieval.

Goal & Target Audience

The goal of this training program is to provide individuals with an in-depth understanding of the NoSQL database model. Also how to effectively use these systems in real-world scenarios. The program aims to equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to work with NoSQL databases. To help understand the differences between NoSQL and traditional relational databases.

The target audience for this training program can include database administrators, software developers, data analysts, and IT professionals. Individuals interested in learning about NoSQL databases and how to work with these systems. The course is suitable for individuals looking to expand their existing database skills, or interested in exploring new database technologies. The program is for individuals who have a basic understanding of computer systems and database concepts. As well as a general understanding of programming principles and/or experience with SQL.

Eligibility Criteria for NoSQL

There are generally no strict prerequisites for enrolling in this training program. However, it is generally recommended that participants have some of the following :

  1. Educational Qualification: Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering, or a related field.
  2. Technical Skills: A basic understanding of database management, SQL, and programming languages such as Java, Python, or PHP.
  3. Age Limit: There is no age limit to enroll in this training program.
  4. Computing Equipment: Candidates should have access to a laptop or desktop computer to attend the online training program.
  5. Passion for Technology: Candidates who are enthusiastic about learning new technologies and have a passion for database management are eligible.

Is any prior knowledge required to learn this course?

This course is perfect for absolute beginners with no previous coding experience, to intermediates looking to sharpen their skills to the expert level.

Is this course available offline/online?

Yes, this course as well as every other course we offer is available offline as well as online.

Will I get a certificate after completing this course?

Yes, but you must complete all the mentioned modules in this course successfully to receive the course completion certificate.

Will there be any placement provided by the institution?

Yes, there will be opportunities of placement given to the students by the institution after completion of the course.