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Microsoft 70-764 : Administering a SQL Database Infrastructure 2016

Course Description

21.13 Hours

106 Videos

The Microsoft 70-764 SQL Server 2016 Administration course prepares students for the Microsoft Certification Exam 70-764. By the end of this course, students will be able to administer a Microsoft SQL 2016 server.

This Microsoft 70-764 SQL Server 2016 Administration course is for students intended for IT professionals responsible for installing, configuring and maintaining a Microsoft SQL Server environment. Students preparing for the 70-764 exam will typically will have at least 2 years of experience working with SQL Server.

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Course Syllabus

SQL Server 2016 – Module 1: Configure Encryption

  1. Introduction
  2. Exam Objectives and Lab Setup
  3. Restoring AdventureWorks 2016 Database Lab Part 1
  4. Restoring AdventureWorks 2016 Database Lab Part 2
  5. Restoring AdventureWorks 2016 Database Lab Part 3
  6. Configure Encryption
  7. Cell-Level Encryption Part 1
  8. Cell-Level Encryption Part 2
  9. Cell-Level Encryption Lab Part 1
  10. Cell-Level Encryption Lab Part 2
  11. Transparent Data Encryption
  12. Transparent Data Encryption Lab
  13. Always Encrypted
  14. Always Encrypted Lab
  15. Backup Encryption
  16. Backup Encryption Lab
  17. Connection Encryption
  18. Encryption Troubleshooting

SQL Server 2016 – Module 2: Configure Data Access and Permissions

  1. Create and Maintain Users
  2. Create and Maintain Users Lab Part 1
  3. Create and Maintain Users Lab Part 2
  4. Configure and Maintain Custom Roles
  5. Configure and Maintain Custom Roles Lab
  6. Manage Database Object Permissions Part 1
  7. Manage Database Object Permissions Part 2
  8. Manage Database Object Permissions Lab Part 1
  9. Manage Database Object Permissions Lab Part 2
  10. Configure User Options for Azure SQL Database
  11. Configure Row-Level Security
  12. Configure Dynamic Data Masking
  13. Configure Dynamic Data Masking Lab

SQL Server 2016 – Module 3: Configure Auditing

  1. Manage a SQL Server Audit
  2. Manage a SQL Server Audit Lab
  3. Query the SQL Server Audit Log
  4. Manage an Azure SQL Server Audit

SQL Server 2016 – Module 4: Develop a Backup Strategy

  1. Backup Types Part 1
  2. Backup Types Part 2
  3. Manage, Backup, and Restore Databases Lab Part 1
  4. Manage, Backup, and Restore Databases Lab Part 2
  5. Backup Very Large Databases Part 1
  6. Backup Very Large Databases Part 2
  7. Backup Very Large Databases Part 3
  8. Backup Very Large Databases Part 4
  9. 4.9 Managing Very Large Databases Lab Part 1
  10. 4.10 Managing Very Large Databases Lab Part 2
  11. 4.11 Managing Very Large Databases Lab Part 3
  12. Configure Alerting for Failed Backups
  13. Configure Alerting for Failed Backups Lab Part 1
  14. Configure Alerting for Failed Backups Lab Part 2
  15. Back up Databases to Azure
  16. Manage Transaction Log Backups
  17. Configure Database Recovery Models
  18. Set Database Recovery Model Lab
  19. Configure Backup Automation
  20. Configure Backup Automation Lab

SQL Server 2016 – Module 5: Restore Databases

  1. Perform Piecemeal Restores
  2. Restore Databases Lab Part 1
  3. Restore Databases Lab Part 2
  4. Restore Databases Lab Part 3
  5. Perform Page Recovery
  6. Perform Point-in-Time Recovery
  7. Perform Point-in-Time Recovery Lab
  8. Restore File Groups
  9. Develop a Plan to Automate and Test Restores

SQL Server 2016 – Module 6: Manage Database Integrity

  1. Implement Database Consistency Checks
  2. Implement Database Consistency Checks Lab
  3. Identify Database Corruption
  4. Recover From Database Corruption

SQL Server 2016 – Module 7: Monitor Database Activity

  1. Monitor Current Sessions
  2. Monitor Current Sessions Lab
  3. Identify Sessions that Cause Blocking Activity
  4. Identify Sessions that Consume tempdb Resources
  5. Configure the Data Collector

SQL Server 2016 – Module 8: Monitor Queries

  1. Manage the Query Store
  2. Manage the Query Store Lab
  3. Configure Extended Events and Trace Events
  4. Identify Problematic Execution Plans

SQL Server – Module 9: Manage Indexes

  1. Identify and Repair Index Fragmentation
  2. Identify and Create Missing Indexes
  3. Identify and Drop Underutilized Indexes
  4. Manage Existing Columnstore Indexes Part 1
  5. Manage Existing Columnstore Indexes Part 2
  6. Partitioned Tables

SQL Server 2016 – Module 10: Monitor SQL Server Instances

  1. Create and Manage Operators
  2. Create and Manage SQL Agent Alerts
  3. Configure Policy-Based Management
  4. Configure Policy-Based Management Lab
  5. Identify Available Space on Data Volumes
  6. Identify the Cause of- Manage Performance Degradation
  7. Identify the Cause of- Manage Performance Degradation Lab Part 1
  8. Identify the Cause of- Manage Performance Degradation Lab Part 2

SQL Server 2016 – Module 11: Implement Log Shipping

  1. Configure and Monitor Log Shipping
  2. Configure and Monitor Log Shipping Lab Part 1
  3. Configure and Monitor Log Shipping Lab Part 2

SQL Server 2016 – Module 12: Implement Failover Cluster Instances

  1. Windows Server Failover Cluster
  2. Manage Shared Disks
  3. Configure Cluster Shared Volumes
  4. Configuring WSFC Lab

SQL Server 2016 – Module 13: Implement Always On Availability Groups

  1. Database Mirroring
  2. Create an Availability Group
  3. Manage Failover
  4. Configure Read-Only Routing
  5. Create Distributed Availability Groups
  6. Configuring Always On Availability Group Lab Part 1
  7. Configuring Always On Availability Group Lab Part 2
  8. Conclusion

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