About This Course
The professional training course focuses on emerging databases and technologies suitable for managing different types and characteristics of data. The course covers major categories of NoSQL data management systems including key-value and document models, which are increasing in popularity due to the growth of non-relational data and data-driven/data-intensive applications, and the capabilities of NoSQL databases to solve problems relational databases cannot handle effectively. The course explores the importance and applications of NoSQL databases, the classification of the databases and how to use them in real-world scenarios.
On successful completion of the training course, the training professionals will be able to:
- Describe the differences between relational and NoSQL databases.
- Design and organize various types of data using key-value and document models.
- Identify, implement, and perform frequent data operations (i.e., CRUD: create, read, update, and delete) on key-value and document model systems.
- Solve practical data modeling and management problems using key-value / document models.
- Explain basic database administration, physical design, and performance tuning of the data stores.
Asst.Prof. Monlica Wattana
Assistant professor in Information Technology, Department of Computer Science, Khon Kaen University
Monlica Wattana is an instructor at Khon Kaen University who teaches database analysis and design, device mobile programming, web application programming, and image processing technology. Her research interest focuses on image processing technology.
Warunya Wunnasri, Ph.D.
Lecturer in Information Technology, Department of Computer Science, Khon Kaen University
Warunya Wunnasri is an instructor at Khon Kaen University who researches learning engineering, text mining and is interested in data engineering technology.
Asst.Prof. Chitsutha Soomlek
Assistant Professor in Computer Science, Department of Computer Science, Khon Kaen University
Chitsutha Soomlek is an assistant professor at the Department
of Computer Science, Khon Kaen University, Thailand. Her research interests are in intelligent agent, multi-agent systems, computational intelligence for software engineering and secure software development, code smells, and software quality.
Mr. Worapoj Suwanpipob (TA)
Ph.D student at the Department of Computer Science, Khon Kaen University
Mr. Panuwat Yeesunsorn (TA)
Student at the Department of Computer Science, Khon Kaen University