The final course in the Certificate in Data Management for Professionals looks at Codd’s relational database theories. NoSQL and NewSQL will both be explored and compared, along with traditional data warehouses and data lakes. The course concludes with a lesson on big data.
- Week 1: The Ubiquity of Relational Databases and Codd’s Relational Database Theories
- Week 2: NoSQL, NewSQL - The Argument Against the Traditional Relational Database
- Week 3: Traditional Data Warehouses vs Data Lakes
- Week 4: Big Data - Organizational Readiness
What You Will Learn
- An overview of Codd’s relational database theories
- A comparison of NoSQL and NewSQL
- The differences between traditional data warehouses and data lakes
- The importance of big data
NotesBy enrolling in this course, you will be automatically enrolled in the Certificate in Data Management for Professionals.
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- Professionals from accounting, sales and engineering who are involved in evaluating, implementing and/or using information management systems
- Industry workers from healthcare, manufacturing and finance who assess, apply and/or employ information management systems
- Those with one to two years of experience working with any enterprise information system (such as an ERP or data warehouse)