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Microsoft 70-465: Designing Database Solutions for Microsoft SQL Server…

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9.45 Hours

56 Videos

This course prepares students for the Microsoft 70-465 Designing Database Solutions for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 exam. The course teaches students how to  plan and implement enterprise database infrastructure solutions by using SQL Server 2012 and other Microsoft technologies. The course describes how to consolidate SQL Server workloads, work with both on-premises and Microsoft Azure cloud-based solutions, and how to plan and implement high availability and disaster recovery solutions.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Designing A Database Server Infrastructure

  1. Introduction
  2. Designing A Database Server Infrastructure-Part1
  3. Designing A Database Server Infrastructure-Part2
  4. Designing A Database Server Infrastructure-Part3
  5. Designing A Database Server Infrastructure-Part4
  6. Considerations For Database Server Consolidation
  7. Managing Server Resources

Module 2: Designing A Logical Database Scheme

  1. Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part1
  2. Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part2
  3. Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part3
  4. Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part4
  5. Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part5

Module 3: Designing A Physical Database Implementation

  1. Designing A Physical Database Implementation-Part1
  2. Designing A Physical Database Implementation-Part2
  3. Designing A Physical Database Implementation-Part3

Module 4: Incorporating Data Files Into the Database

  1. Incorporating Data Files Into The Database-Part1
  2. Incorporating Data Files Into The Database-Part2
  3. Incorporating Data Files Into The Database-Part3
  4. Incorporating Data Files Into The Database Demo
  5. Searching Data Files
  6. Searching Data Files Demo

Module 5: Tuning Database Performance

  1. Tuning Database Performance-Part1
  2. Tuning Database Performance-Part2
  3. Tuning Database Performance-Part3
  4. Working With Query Plans-Part1
  5. Working With Query Plans-Part2
  6. Working With Query Plans-Part3
  7. Working With Query Plans-Part4

Module 6: Designing Database Security

  1. Designing Database Security-Part1
  2. Designing Database Security-Part2
  3. Contained Databases
  4. Protecting Data With Encryption

Module 7: Policy Based Management

  1. Policy Based Management
  2. Policy Based Management Demo

Module 8: Monitoring Server Health

  1. Monitoring Server Health
  2. Monitoring Server Health Demo

Module 9: Designing Database Backup Solution

  1. Designing Database Backup Solution-Part1
  2. Designing Database Backup Solution-Part2
  3. Designing Database Backup Solution-Part3
  4. Designing Database Backup Solution-Part4
  5. Disaster Recovery Plan-Part1
  6. Disaster Recovery Plan-Part2

Module 10: Automating Multi Server Maintenance

  1. Automating Multi Server Maintenance
  2. Managing Multiple Servers

Module 11: Managing SQL Server With Windows Powershell

  1. Managing SQL Server WIth Windows Powershell
  2. Windows Powershell Lab

Module 12: Replicating Data

  1. Replicating Data-Part1
  2. Replicating Data-Part2
  3. Replicating Data-Part3

Module 13: Planning High Availability

  1. Planning High Availability-Part1
  2. Planning High Availability-Part2

Module 14: Review of SQL Statements

  1. Review Of SQL Statements-Part1
  2. Review Of SQL Statements-Part2
  3. Review Of SQL Statements-Part3

Module 15: Eleven Rules of Database Design

  1. Eleven Rules Of Database Design
  2. Conclusion

This course is specifically for participants to measure their knowledge and skills on making the appropriate job role decisions around designing database solutions for Microsoft SQL Server 2012.

This course is designed for Database professionals who design and build database solutions. These Database professionals are responsible for the creation of plans and designs for Database structure, storage, objects, and servers, as well as creating the plan for the environment in which the database solution runs. Primary responsibilities may include but are not limited to designing:

  1. Data compression strategies
  2. Database models
  3. Full-Text Search strategies
  4. High-availability solutions
  5. Maintenance strategy for database servers
  6. Management automation strategies
  7. Migration, consolidation, and upgrade strategies
  8. Database, schema, and object security parameters

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