There are no formal prerequisites to attend this MongoDB Developer Training course. However, having some prior experience with database concepts will be more beneficial for the delegates.
This MongoDB Developer Training course is suitable for anyone who wishes to be introduced to and learn the essentials of MongoDB.
MongoDB Developer Course Overview
MongoDB is an open-source, cross-platform database designed to empower developers, software, and the applications they create. It is entirely written in C++ and has data handling requirements typical of software applications. This training will assist users in becoming skilled in MongoDB capabilities such as indexing, aggregation, and replication, which are required for developing scalable and high-performance applications. This training is essential for businesses to perform complex analytics. Excelling in this MongoDB training will help learners gain adequate expertise to attain many reputed designations, such as technical services engineer, data engineer, and consulting engineer.
This 1-day MongoDB Developer Training course provides a thorough understanding of the fundamentals required to build and deploy a high-scale, performance-oriented database. During this training, they will gain knowledge about how to import and export data using JSON and CSV formats, create databases and collections, and perform CRUD operations in MongoDB. This training will be led by our highly skilled and knowledgeable trainer, who has years of experience teaching this course.
- To install and configure MongoDB on a Windows system
- To import and export data using JSON and CSV formats
- To perform CRUD operations in MongoDB
- To aggregate pipelines and map-reduce techniques
- To understand horizontal and vertical scaling in MongoDB.
After attending this MongoDB Developer Training course, delegates will be able to install and configure MongoDB, import and export data, perform CRUD operations, and use aggregation and sharding techniques effectively. They will also be able to confidently work with MongoDB and contribute to their organisation's data management projects.