Join Sheeri Cabral for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Understanding MariaDB for MySQL Users.
Before you begin to explore MariaDB, there are a few things that you should know. Firstly, you should already have a MariaDB installation you can access. This course does not cover how to install MariaDB. If you need help installing MariaDB, the knowledge base at www.mariadb.org has a good getting started guide, including how to install MariaDB on different operating systems. I will be using a virtual CentOS server on my machine, but you can use MariaDB on a machine running Linux, Unix, Mac OS X or Windows.
This course is geared towards people familiar with MySQL. So it assumes you know how to work with MySQL at the command line and are familiar with SQL statements like CREATE TABLE, ALTER TABLE, simple JOINs, setting variables, and querying the INFORMATION_SCHEMA database. If you need a refresher, check out Up and Running with MySQL Development here in the Lynda.com library.
- Why use dynamic columns?
- Creating, updating, and querying dynamic columns
- Installing the CONNECT storage engine
- Connecting to remote data
- Connecting to CSV, INI, and XML files
- Using PIVOT tables
- Accessing database metadata
- Working with the Cassandra storage engine
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Dynamic Columns
2. The Power of CONNECT
3. Advanced CONNECT Storage Engine
4. The Cassandra Storage Engine
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