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Description

This course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of 
PostgreSQL, an open-source relational database management system. Participants will 
start with the basics of database management, SQL queries, and data modeling, 
gradually progressing to advanced topics such as performance optimization, security, 
and scalability. Practical hands-on exercises and real-world applications will be 
incorporated to reinforce theoretical concepts.

1. Introduction to Databases

2. PostgreSQL Basics

3. SQL Fundamentals

4. Data Modeling

5. Advanced SQL Queries

6. Indexing and Performance Optimization

7. Transaction Management

8. Security in PostgreSQL

9. Scalability and Replication

10. Backup and Recovery

Reviews

  • Preetam Kumar 30 Days ago

    PostgreSQL

    Privileged to have this in a detailed course from Potenza! I am from Toronto, Canada.This is not only very knowledgeable but his training technique is quite unique, flexible and super efficient. Also he is excellent in recognizing an individual's needs, pace, technical background and adjusts his teaching style accordingly.

  • Sarain 30 Days ago

    PostgreSQL

    I think these types of advanced courses are really exciting!! Packed with so much information. I’ve gained a deep understanding of advanced topics like web development with Flask and automation with Selenium. It's simple and to the point!

  • Pankaj Kumar 27 Days ago

    PostgreSQL

    Exceeded my expectations by leaps and bounds. Initially I went with it because of a reference from my colleague (we are in the same department). After completing it, I feel so ready now.

  • Devinder Chadda 30 Days ago

    PostgreSQL

    I've dabbled in PostgreSQL before, but this PostgreSQL course from Potenza Educare stands out as one of the best. The coverage of object-oriented design patterns was invaluable – I'm now applying these principles to architect scalable and maintainable software systems.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Is PostgreSQL better than MySQL?

Both MySQL and PostgreSQL are strong choices, but for different reasons. MySQL excels in ease of use and performance for read-heavy applications. PostgreSQL offers more features, like advanced data types and strong concurrency control, making it better for complex queries and write-heavy workloads.

What is PostgreSQL used for?

PostgreSQL is a versatile open-source database used for various applications. It's popular for web applications (e.g., handling user data and logins), data warehousing (storing and analyzing large datasets), and geographical data (due to its spatial data types). Its reliability and feature set make it a trusted choice for many projects.

Is Postgres free or paid?

PostgreSQL is free and open-source.

How many days does one need to learn Postgres?

The time to learn PostgreSQL depends on your background. If you already know SQL, it can take 1-2 weeks to grasp the basics. But to become proficient for complex tasks, expect 2-3 months of dedicated practice working with PostgreSQL's features and functionalities.

Is PostgreSQL SQL or NoSQL?

PostgreSQL is an SQL database, not NoSQL.

Is Postgre a software?

Yes, PostgreSQL is a software program. It's a database management system.

Is PostgreSQL a good career?

Yes, PostgreSQL skills can be a good career path. The demand for PostgreSQL developers is high, and it's an open-source skill with a strong community. With expertise, you can command competitive salaries and work on interesting projects.

Is PostgreSQL slower than Oracle?

It depends! For basic queries, they might be similar. Oracle can outperform PostgreSQL for high-throughput scenarios due to advanced features, but PostgreSQL excels in cost-efficiency and can be optimized for performance in many cases.

Is PostgreSQL cloud based?

PostgreSQL itself isn't inherently cloud-based, but it can be run on cloud platforms.

How difficult is Postgres?

PostgreSQL isn't inherently difficult, especially if you have prior SQL experience. The core concepts are approachable within a week or two. However, mastering its advanced features like functions, triggers, and complex data types takes dedicated practice. The challenge lies in understanding its functionalities and applying them effectively for your specific needs.