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SQL Database Fundamentals: 13 Introduction to JSON

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Would you like to learn the basics of relational databases? Join us for this look at SQL Database fundamentals, along with those of database management systems and database components. Get an in-depth introduction to the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, administration, security, and management tools. Plus, explore T-SQL scripts, database queries, and data types. Start with a look at creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. Then, learn about data manipulation, optimize database performance, and work with non-relational data. Get practical help on basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance. Take this SQL Database tutorial to prepare for additional online courses for database administrators (DBAs), developers, data scientists, and big data specialists. Check it out! 1 | Introduction to Databases View a course introduction, and get started with databases. 2 | Getting Started with Tables Get an introduction to concepts and techniques for creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. 3 | Working with Data in Tables Learn about data manipulation using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), including INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. Explore wrapper objects, such as views and stored procedures. 4 | Optimizing Database Performance Get an introduction to terminology and concepts for optimizing database performance by using indexes. 5 | Working with Non-Relational Data Explore additional types of data that can be used in modern databases, including XML and JSON. 6 | Basic Database Administration Learn about terminology and concepts for basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
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Herbert Milhomme (25 days ago)
So if i wanted to create a relationship between SQL and NoSQL (like a uhm, GraphDB or Neo4j, that uses json) hypothetically speaking... i can create a "view" table that automatically populates and updates as the graphdb is altered and changed? Seriously though, where are these demos and links supposed to be found?

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