SkySQL Training - MySQL® Courses Offered
This instructor-led class is for anyone who wants to learn how to master their MySQLserver. Everything you need to know to successfully administer MySQL servers is included in this course, from basic architecture, installation and setup, to more complex topics like storage engines, backup scenarios, replication and server troubleshooting.
This instructor-led class is for anyone who wants to be able to obtain the highest performance from their MySQL databases. Learn how to optimize queries, find bottlenecks, utilize caches, and more. Get the latest tips and tricks for squeezing every last drop of performance out of your MySQL server!
This instructor-led class is for anyone who wants to ensure the availability of their MySQL servers. Learn everything there is to know about the different ways of achieving high availability for MySQL, from standard replication to MySQL Cluster, DRBD and other high end solutions!
This instructor-led class is for anyone who wants to use a MySQL Cluster for high availability and high performance purposes. Learn how to install, configure and setup a cluster, as well as how to administer, monitor and tune MySQL Cluster for optimal performance.
This instructor-led class is for anyone developing applications with the MySQL database. We cover the basics of how to use the MySQL database efficiently and tuning queries for performance and high concurrency, as well as strategies for approaching complex problems that aren’t easily solved with SQL. Get the latest tips & tricks for developing with the MySQL database!
This course is also applicable for developers looking to use MariaDB
SkySQL Training Creates Future MySQL Database Cloud Experts
This instructor-led class is for anyone who wants to get the best from MySQL running in the cloud. We'll start with DIY vs DBaaS, the pros and cons of the different cloud providers, and MySQL-specific use cases that match -- or don't match! -- a cloud environment. Then we'll get down and dirty covering rapid deployment, availability zones, monitoring and managing MySQL instances, scaling up and out, load balancing, failover, recovery, replication and more.