What you’ll learn
Implementing NoSQL in MongoDB
Managing Databases and Collections
Installing and Configuring MongoDB
Implementing MongoDB in Java Applications
Working with MongoDB Data in Java Applications
NoSQL Theory and Data Structures
In this course, you will spend the first section learning the basic concepts of NoSQL followed by a short introduction to MongoDB, MongoDB Server installation. Once the theory sections has been learned and understood you will move through a wide range of topics centered around NoSQL and MongoDB. By following this course you will learn to use a MongoDB in a real setting using the Java programming language which is an skillset in high-demand at top companies.
At the end of this course you will be mastering MongoDB based application development.
- Most comprehensive course on NoSQL and MongoDB.
- Simple and well explained lectures.
- Learn the key differences between RDBMS and NoSQL databases
- Multiple assignments created for you to learn MongoDB in depth.
- Mastering MongoDB based application development.
- Decide where and when to use MongoDB in your application development.
- Design MongoDB database from start to end.
- Spot key features and advantages of NoSQL database MongoDB over RDBMS databases
NoSQL databases (aka “not only SQL”) are non-tabular databases and store data differently than relational tables. NoSQL databases come in a variety of types based on their data model. The main types are document, key-value, wide-column, and graph. They provide flexible schemas and scale easily with large amounts of data and high user loads.
Who this course is for:
- Java Developers
- Data Scientist
- Software engineers