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What Everyone Should Know About Online MySQL Courses

Diana Gray
Sr. Principal Curriculum Product Manager

Anyone who uses the current MySQL Database is aware of the great performance, scalability and manageability of this product. It has enhanced NoSQL capabilities with JSON support, can simplify application development by intelligently routing queries to MySQL databases using the MySQL Router and has improved security which delivers easier and safer instance initialization, setup and management. These are just some of the benefits of MySQL 5.7 that we can help you discover with training from Oracle University.

Our courses are developed so that you can either start at the fundamental level, or jump right into either the database administration or developer learning tracks if you have the required prerequisites.

One of the benefits I feel is valuable is that all of our courses can be learned through our  “Live Virtual Class” and “Training on Demand” formats, which allow you to take your classes online. This benefit enables you to get your instruction direct from the Oracle experts and through the Training On Demand modality provides you with the flexibility to take the classes when you want.  To learn more about our MySQL Online Training, please view the following descriptions which will supply you with more information on the individual course topics being taught;

After looking at the descriptions, you may want to view our MySQL learning path , which can help guide you on the courses you should take and in what sequence.

And finally, we have an all digital MySQL Learning Subscription with lessons, expert videos and continuously changing content – that can either help you learn the content over time or can act as a reference if you need to know something right away with your daily tasks.

All of our MySQL online courses can help you gain the skills you need for your career with MySQL and will help you discover all the features and benefits that MySQL can provide. To find out more about our MySQL offerings, you can go to education.oracle.com/mysql.

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