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  SQL & NoSQL Courses

NoSQL and SQL Courses  |   Microsoft T-SQL Courses  |   PostgreSQL Courses  |   Oracle SQL Courses 

  NoSQL and SQL Courses

MongoDB Essentials (MONGOE)
MONGOE 2 days
Introduction to SQL (ISQL)
ISQL 1 day
Introduction to MySQL (MYSI)
MYSI 3 days
Introduction to MariaDB (MARI)
MARI 3 days

  Microsoft T-SQL Courses

Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL (TSQLI)
TSQLI 3 days
Advanced Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL (TSQLA)
TSQLA 2 days
Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL (TSQL)
TSQL 5 days
Programming Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL (TSQLP)
TSQLP 2 days

  PostgreSQL Courses

SQL for PostgreSQL (PSQL)
PSQL 3 days
PostgreSQL Administration (PSQLADM)
PSQLADM 5 days

  Oracle SQL Courses

Introduction to SQL (ISQL)
ISQL 1 day
Introduction to SQL on Oracle (ISQLO)
ISQLO 1 day
Oracle SQL (OSP)
OSP 3 days
Oracle PL/SQL (OPI)
OPI 2 days
Oracle SQL & PL/SQL Fundamentals (OFUN)
OFUN 5 days
Oracle SQL Advanced (OSA)
OSA 2 days
Oracle SQL Fundamentals (OSF)
OSF 5 days
Oracle Introduction for Experienced SQL Users (OIEU)
OIEU 2 days
Oracle 11g Release 2 SQL Performance Tuning (O11GSPT)
O11GSPT 2 days
Oracle 12c SQL Performance Tuning (O12CSPT)
O12CSPT 2 days

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Overview of our SQL & NoSQL courses

Structured Query Language - aka SQL

SQL is used to communicate with a database. According to ANSI (American National Standards Institute), it is the standard language for relational database management systems. SQL statements are used to perform tasks such as update data on a database, or retrieve data from a database. Some common relational database management systems that use SQL are: Oracle, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server, Access, Ingres, etc. Although most database systems use SQL, most of them also have their own additional proprietary extensions that are usually only used on their system.

The standard SQL commands such as "Select", "Insert", "Update", "Delete", "Create", and "Drop" can be used to accomplish almost everything that one needs to do with a database.


MongoDB is an open source database that uses a document-oriented data model.

MongoDB is one of several database types to arise in the mid-2000s under the NoSQL banner. Instead of using tables and rows as in relational databases, MongoDB is built on an architecture of collections and documents. Documents comprise sets of key-value pairs and are the basic unit of data in MongoDB. Collections contain sets of documents and function as the equivalent of relational database tables.

Training Options

StayAhead Training offer a range of SQL courses on various platforms including Microsoft, Postgres, MySQL, MariaDB and Oracle. All StayAhead SQL courses can be modified or tailored for delivery on your premises.

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