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SQL DBA Course Introduction

MS SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) developed by Microsoft. This product is built for the basic function of storing retrieving data as required by other applications. It can be run either on the same computer or on another across a network. This tutorial explains some basic and advanced concepts of SQL Server such as how to create and restore data, create login and backup, assign permissions, etc. Each topic is explained using examples for easy understanding.

This chapter introduces SQL Server, discusses its usage, advantages, versions, and components.

What is SQL Server?

It is a software, developed by Microsoft, which is implemented from the specification of RDBMS.

It is also an ORDBMS.

It is platform dependent.

It is both GUI and command based software.

It supports SQL (SEQUEL) language which is an IBM product, non-procedural, common database and case insensitive language.

Usage of SQL Server

To create databases.

To maintain databases.

To analyze the data through SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS).

To generate reports through SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS).

To carry out ETL operations through SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS).

SQL DBA Online Training Course Content

  • Module 1: Installation ,Upgradation,Configuration,SQL Server Upgrade and Hot Fixes and RollBack
  • Upgradation : Side by Side ,Migration Configuration of the SQL Server 2016 ,Configuration of the SQL Server 2016,TempDB ,Managing The Services
  • Module 2 Architecture Pages & Extents File and File Groups & Database Design Concepts
  • Module 3: Security ,Automation and Monitoring ,Automation Administrative Tasks , Monitoring SQL Server
  • Module 4 : Backup and Restore ,Backups, Restores and Recovery
  • Module 5: High Availability and Replication , SQL Server Mirroring, Awayson Avaliability Groups, Windows Clustering, SQL Cluster Configuration ,Replication
  • Module 6: Performance and Optimization , Locking and Latches , DeadLocks , Indexes Architecture ,CPU Utilization

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