Getting Started with MariaDB – New Course on Pluralsight

As a database professional, one should know multiple database platforms as in the real world we can’t say no to our clients when they show up a system which is running slow and involves multiple database platforms. During the Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check engagements, I have seen quite many different databases like ProstgreSQL, MySQL and MariaDB. In this blog post, I am going to discuss my newly released course on Pluralsight – Getting Started with MariaDB.

Getting Started with MariaDB - New Course on Pluralsight maridb

Getting Started with MariaDB

This course will teach you how to learn MariaDB by installation and configuration from scratch. You’ll also learn how to write efficient queries to retrieve data from multiple tables.

MariaDB is great for its open-source innovation and enterprise-grade reliability, as well as its modern relational database. It has emerged as a smart alternative to legacy databases. In recent releases, MariaDB Server has become the leading open source database for enterprises closing the gaps with proprietary databases. In this course, Getting Started with MariaDB, you’ll learn all the concepts which will help you to get started with MariaDB. First, you’ll discover how to install and configure MariaDB. Next, you’ll explore how to retrieve and modify the data. Then, you’ll learn how to retrieve data using Joins. Finally, you’ll figure out how to write efficient code and learn resources. By the end of this course, you’ll have a solid foundation to get started developing applications with MariaDB.

If you are MariaDB enthusiast or just want to get started with the same, I recommend this course to you and I am looking forward to your feedback about the same.

Reference: Pinal Dave (

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  • I enjoyed listening and watching this session. Lots of good info for a MariaDB newbie like myself. Thanks!


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