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We are offering 300 UNIQUEpractice questions for 1Z0-883 MySQL 5.6 Database Administrator Certification. Our mock exam software can be accessed online and 100% accessible to mobile devices.100% money back guarantee (Unconditional, we assure that you will be satisfied with our services andpass the exam.Do leave us a question we will happy to answer your queries during the course.Our Practice tests are prepared by Subject Matter experts at SKILL CERT PRO and are taken from real time exam tests.Who is the target audience?Database AdministratorsDatabase DevelopersTechnical ConsultantFind below the list of exam topics:MySQL ArchitectureUse MySQL client programs to interface with the MySQL Server interactively and in batchDescribe how MySQL uses disk and memory resourcesList and describe key characteristics of standard MySQL storage engines including InnoDB, NDB, MyISAM, MEMORY, FEDERATEDMySQL Server Installation, Configuration and MaintenanceSelect, deploy, start and stop MySQL using appropriate binary packages for Windows and Linux platformsConfigure MySQL Server deployments using options files, command-line options and server variables.Identify, configure, locate and describe appropriate use cases for MySQL the error, binary, general query and slow query log.MySQL SecurityDescribe appropriate steps to secure a MySQL deployment at the operating system, filesystem and network levels.Create and maintain user accounts with appropriate privileges and configuration.Deploy and configure MySQL Enterprise AuditDiagnostic Data and Metadata Sources in MySQLConfigure and leverage PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA tables to identify and diagnose performance problems.Obtain MySQL metadata from INFORMATION_SCHEMA tablesOptimizing MySQL PerformanceDemonstrate ability to diagnose and optimize poorly-performing queries.Tune MySQL Server configuration for best performance.Apply best practices in optimizing schema objectsDemonstrate understanding of locking concepts as applied to MySQL Server and storage engines.Create and utilize table PARTITIONINGBackups and Recovery in MySQLCreate and restore logical backups using mysqldumpCreate and restore binary backupsUse backups for data recoveryHigh Availability Techniques for MySQLDescribe, configure, deploy and troubleshoot MySQL replicationDescribe and contrast characteristics of common MySQL high availability solutions (MySQL Cluster, DRBD, Windows Failover Clustering, Solaris Cluster, OVM Template for MySQL Enterprise)
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