This Introduction to Database Design course teaches the basis of relational database design and explains how to make a good database design and become an expert on it.
Designing a database is quite simple, but you’ve to understand a few rules before jump onto it. It is essential to know about these rules, otherwise, you will tend to make errors. If you find it hard to deal with database, scripts and all the technical parts, then this comprehensive course is just for you.
The course includes the followings:
- Creating database and database users
- Introduction of data, different data types, foreign key constraints, and other relevant concepts used to create the best database
- Importing database tables
- Explore all types of relationships
- Designing all types of relationships within a database.
- Learn three common forms of database normalisation
- Application of database for the business purpose
- And much more…
What Will I Learn?
- What is a database
- Understand different types of databases
- Understand normalization
- Assign relationships
- Eliminate repetition
- Relate tables with IDs
- Design rules
- Basic Microsoft Windows training or equivalent experience
Who is the target audience?
- Students just getting started with designing databases and those who have been designing databases but looking for tips on more effective design
|What is a Database?||00:03:00|
|Different Types of Databases||00:12:00|
|The Process of Database Design||00:08:00|
|Overview – Normalizing||00:01:00|
|What is Normalization?||00:02:00|
|Basic Steps to Normalization||00:05:00|
|C. Eliminate Repetition||00:12:00|
|D. Assign Relationships||00:01:00|
|D1. One to One Relationship||00:06:00|
|D2. One to Many Relationship||00:04:00|
|D3. Many to Many Relationship||00:06:00|
|Relating Tables with IDs||00:02:00|
|Examples of Bad Design||00:15:00|
|Examples of Good Design||00:06:00|
|Order your Certificate||00:00:00|
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