MySQL Cluster Ed 2 Certification Training Course Overview

The MySQL Cluster Ed 2 training and certification course enables you to install and configure an existing database collection at the center of your application. This course lets you update the collection for high accessibility and versatility with the help of MySQL Cluster’s open-source software.

Who should do MySQL Cluster Ed 2 training?

  • Application Developers
  • Database Administrators
  • Database Designers
  • Support Engineer
  • System Administrator
  • Technical Administrator
  • Technical Consultant
  • Web Administrator

MySQL Cluster Ed 2 Course schedule & Prices

Course Details Schedule
Live Virtual Classroom (Instructor-Led)
Duration : 4 Days (8 Days for 4 Hours/Day)
Fee : 1,700 (Includes Taxes) 
9 AM - 5 PM (Flexible Time Slots for 4 hours option)






January
8 Hours/Day
18-21
18-27
February
8 Hours/Day
01-04
07-10
08-11
01-10
07-16
08-17
March
8 Hours/Day
01-04
07-10
08-11
01-10
07-16
08-17
April
8 Hours/Day
05-08
11-14
12-15
05-14
11-20
12-21
Client's Location
As per mutual convenience

Classroom training is available in select Cities

Classroom Training (Available: London, Dubai, India, Sydney, Vancouver)
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Course Prerequisites

  • Knowledge of UNIX/Linux command-prompt
  • Understanding of database concepts & computer networking
  • Familiarity with VirtualBox
  • Linux administration skills
  • MySQL for Database Administrators Ed 3.1
  • MySQL server configuration and usage
  • Oracle Linux 5 & 6 System Administration


Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:

  • Install and configure MySQL Cluster nodes.
  • Design simple and advanced cluster topologies.
  • Secure cluster nodes and data.
  • Backup and restore cluster data.
  • Troubleshoot common cluster problems.
  • Monitor and optimize cluster performance.
  • Use enterprise tools to manage large cluster deployments.