This newly revamped course leverages the full power of Couchbase 7 and supports Couchbase Capella.
The following 8 courses provide a fundamental understanding of the Couchbase NoSQL database and essential functionality. Throughout these courses, we share the basics of SQL vs. NoSQL, obtaining and downloading Couchbase, modeling data to the benefit of Couchbase and an example application you will build. Learners will also walk through the basics of Couchbase's N1QL query, the Java SDK 3.2, as well as future considerations for building an application using Couchbase.
Introduction to Associate Java Developer Certification
- Describe the key steps to achieving the certification
- Understand how the course materials support the goal of certification
- Describe the characteristics of SQL vs NoSQL
- Explain the features of Couchbase NoSQL that benefit the Developer
- Summarize how Couchbase stores and manages data
Getting and Setting Up Couchbase
- Summarize the main ways to obtain Couchbase and get started quickly
- Outline the key steps to installing and configuring Couchbase as a single-node cluster
- Use the Couchbase management console to create buckets, making basic sizing decisions based on anticipated data sets
- Use cbimport to load data sets into Couchbase Buckets
How to Store and Access Data Using the Java SDK 3.0
- Describe the key ways to obtain the SDK and use in a project
- Summarize the important concepts related to interacting with Couchbase (Clusters, Buckets, and Collections)
- Use SDK to connect to a Couchbase database
- Use SDK to create, read, update and delete documents in Couchbase
- Explain how the Java SDK supports the ability to serialize and deserialize documents to and from Domain Objects
How Document Design Impacts Application Behavior
- Identify what Data Modeling is and how it will impact applications
- Define and compare to consider when completing the Data Modeling process
- Compare and evaluate Data Modeling options and how they would impact application performance
How to Query Using the Java SDK 3.0
- Define N1QL and its essential elements and compare to querying in SQL databases
- Define and illustrate N1QL indexing and query elements
- Define N1QL syntax and essential elements needed for joining documents
- Demonstrate best practices when using Java SDK and N1QL queries
Beyond the Basics: Using the Java SDK 3.0 to Do More
- Identify how to process Sub-Documents
- Compare appropriate Locking strategies
- Define how durability options might affect application performance
Planning for the Future and Next Steps
- Summarize Certification Exam purchase and logistics
- Identify key technologies including Spring, Spring Boot, and Couchbase Full-Text Search
- List the basic features and benefits of Couchbase Cloud and Couchbase Mobile
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate OLT Proof of Participation
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