Database Design & Management II
This course studies the design of a database for use in a relational database management system (DBMS). The entity-relationship model and normalization are used in problems. Relational algebra and then the SQL (structured query language) are presented. Advanced topics include triggers, stored procedures, indexing, elementary query optimization, and fundamentals of concurrency and recovery. Students implement a database schema and short application programs on one or more commercial relational database management systems. Learners will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of databases using industry- standard cloud-based technology e.g. using ServiceNow training.