MongoDB Certification Training Course
MongoDB Certification Training CourseMore businesses are using MongoDB development services, the most popular NoSQL database, to handle their increasing data storage and handling demands. The MongoDB certification course equips you with the skills required to become a MongoDB Developer.
MongoDB Certification Course OverviewMongoDB certification course makes you job-ready by helping you master data modeling, ingestion, query, sharding, and data replication with MongoDB, along with installing, updating, and maintaining the MongoDB environment. You will also gain proficiency in MongoDB configuration and backup methods as well as monitoring and operational strategies.
EligibilityThe MongoDB certification online course is ideal for professionals aspiring for a career in NoSQL databases and MongoDB, including database administrators, database architects, software developers, software architects, database professionals, project managers, IT developers, testers, analytics professionals, research professionals, and system administrators.
Pre-requisitesThose wishing to take the MongoDB certification training should have basic knowledge of any programming language and any database, SQL, and query language for databases. Working knowledge of Linux based systems is also beneficial. As a foundation, we recommend you take the Big Data Hadoop Developer or Big Data Hadoop Administrator course.
Lesson 0 – Course Introduction
Lesson 1 – Introduction to NoSQL databases
Lesson 2 – MongoDB A Database for the Modern Web
Lesson 3 – CRUD Operations in MongoDB
Lesson 4 – Indexing and Aggregation
Lesson 5 – Replication and Sharding
Lesson 6 – Developing Java and Node JS Application with MongoDB
Lesson 7 – Administration of MongoDB Cluster Operations
You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.
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