Certification details

With the title of Oracle Certified Professional, MySQL 5.6 Database Administrator on your CV, you have proof that you have mastered server-related issues. Such as: installing a server from scratch; keeping the server running smoothly at all times; using the storage engine for a given task; and analysing the trouble spots of other users' queries.

The typical job-role of a MySQL database administrator is in setting up, managing and optimising one or more MySQL servers in an organisation – often helping a team of one or more users and programmers of MySQL products.


You should attend the MySQL for Beginners (SQL4401) course or have some experience with Relational Databases and SQL.

To become an Oracle Certified Professional MySQL 5.6 Database Administrator you will need to attend the following course and pass the associated exam:

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