Have you ever wondered what happens to the registration details after you click on the submit button or to the order details once you press the confirm order button when you try to access any website? From where do you think, the details of the product catalogue are fetched to be displayed on the browser? All dynamic or interactive applications should be able to store the details provided by the user and retrieve them when requested. Most websites require a database. This course will take you through the process of creating, retrieving, updating, and deleting data using SQL and NoSQL databases. It also challenges you with hands-on practices that enable you to perform database operations using shell commands and GUI tools.