NoSQL (Non-SQL or Not-only-SQL) databases are increasing in popularity due to the growth of data as they can store non-relational data on a super large scale, and can solve problems regular databases can’t handle. They are widely used in Big data operations. Their main advantage is the ability to handle large data sets effectively as well as scalability and flexibility issues for modern applications. There are different categories of NoSQL databases and they are used in social media such as with Facebook and search like Google and in other types of sectors like Health, Aviation,Education and other areas.
The volume of data available is huge and increasing daily. Structured Query Language -SQL (pronounced as sequel) is the standard language used to communicate and interact with data stored in relational management database systems like Microsoft SQL Server Oracle, PostgreSQL,MySQL etc.
Different database management systems have their own proprietary version of the SQL language but they all conform to using some commands in SQL the same way. Microsoft SQL Server’s version of SQL is known as Transact-SQL (T-SQL). In this course you will learn the basics of the SQL language and Transact-SQL since both use certain commands in the same way. We will learn to create a database,table and how to insert data into a database table as well as querying it.