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SQL Server 2016 (70-765): Provisioning SQL Databases

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22.19 Hours

102 Videos

The Microsoft SQL Server 2016: Provisioning SQL Databases course prepares students for the Certification Exam 70-765. By the end of this course, students will be able to provision databases on Microsoft SQL Server 2016 and Microsoft Azure. This course is intended for IT professionals responsible for installing and maintaining a SQL Server 2016 environment. Passing the exam provides students credit toward the Microsoft MCSA certification.70

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Course Syllabus

SQL Server 2016 – Module 1: Deploy a Microsoft Azure SQL Database

  1. Introduction
  2. Introducing the Azure SQL Database Part 1
  3. Introducing the Azure SQL Database Part 2
  4. Setting Up Azure Lab
  5. Chose a Service Tier Part 1
  6. Chose a Service Tier Part 2
  7. Create Servers and Databases Part 1
  8. Creating a Azure SQL Server and Database Lab
  9. Create Servers and Databases Part 2
  10. Create Servers and Databases Part 3
  11. Connecting SSMS to Azure SQL Lab Part 1
  12. Connecting SSMS to Azure SQL Lab Part 2
  13. Create a Sysadmin Account
  14. Creating Azure SQL Logins and Users Lab
  15. Congure Elastic Pools
  16. Creating and Conguring an Elastic Pool Lab

SQL Server 2016 – Module 2: Plan for SQL Server Installation

  1. Plan for an IaaS or On-Premises Deployment Part 1
  2. Plan for an IaaS or On-Premises Deployment Part 2
  3. Select the Appropriate Size for a Virtual Machine
  4. Plan Storage Pools Based on Performance Requirements Part 1
  5. Plan Storage Pools Based on Performance Requirements Part 2
  6. Evaluate Best Practices for Installation
  7. Design a Storage Layout for a SQL Server Virtual Machine

SQL Server 2016 – Module 3: Deploy SQL Server Instances

  1. Deploy a SQL Server Instance in IaaS and On-Premises
  2. Restoring AdventureWorks 2016 Database Lab
  3. Provision an Azure Virtual Machine to Host a SQL Server Instance
  4. Provisioning an Azure Virtual Machine to Host a SQL Server Lab
  5. Manually Install SQL Server on an Azure Virtual Machine
  6. Installing SQL 2016 Lab Part 1
  7. Installing SQL 2016 Lab Part 2
  8. Automate the Deployment of SQL Server Databases
  9. Exploring Azure SQL Database Automation Lab
  10. Deploy SQL Server by Using Templates
  11. Managing JSON Templates Lab

SQL Server 2016 – Module 4: Deploy SQL Server Databases to Azure Virtual Machines

  1. Migrate an On-Premises SQL Server Database to an Azure Virtual Machine
  2. Migrate an On-Premises SQL Server Database to an Azure Virtual Machine Lab Part 1
  3. Migrate an On-Premises SQL Server Database to an Azure Virtual Machine Lab Part 2
  4. Migrate an On-Premises SQL Server Database to an Azure Virtual Machine Lab Part 3
  5. Migrate an On-Premises SQL Server Database to an Azure Virtual Machine Lab Part 4
  6. Generate Benchmark Data for Performance Needs
  7. Generating Benchmark Data Lab Part 1
  8. Generating Benchmark Data Lab Part 2
  9. Perform Performance Tuning on Azure IaaS
  10. Perform Performance Tuning on Azure IaaS Lab Part 1
  11. Perform Performance Tuning on Azure IaaS Lab Part 2
  12. Support Availability Sets in Azure Part 1
  13. Support Availability Sets in Azure Part 2
  14. Manage High Availability Lab Part 1
  15. Manage High Availability Lab Part 2
  16. Manage High Availability Lab Part 3
  17. Manage High Availability Lab Part 4
  18. Manage High Availability Lab Part 5

SQL Server 2016 – Module 5: Configure Secure Access to Microsoft Azure SQL Databases

  1. Configure Firewall Rules
  2. Creating Firewall Rules Lab
  3. Configure Always Encrypted for Azure SQL Database
  4. Implementing Always Encrypted Lab
  5. Configure Cell-Level Encryption
  6. Cell-Level Encryption Lab
  7. Configure Dynamic Data Masking
  8. Dynamic Data Masking Lab
  9. Configure Transparent Data Encryption (TDE)
  10. Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) Lab

SQL Server 2016 – Module 6: Configure SQL Server performance settings

  1. Configure SQL Performance Settings
  2. Configuring SQL Performance Settings Lab
  3. Configure Max Server Memory
  4. Configuring SQL Memory Lab
  5. Configure Database Performance Settings
  6. Configure Database Performance Settings Lab
  7. Configure Operators and Alerts
  8. Configure alerts in Azure and On-Premise SQL Server Lab

SQL Server 2016 – Module 7: Manage SQL Server instances

  1. Create Databases
  2. Creating Databases Lab
  3. Manage Files and File Groups
  4. Managing Files and File Groups Lab
  5. Manage System Database Files
  6. Manage System Database Files Lab
  7. Configure tempdb
  8. Configure tempdb Lab

SQL Server 2016 – Module 8: Manage SQL Storage

  1. Manage SMB File Shares
  2. Manage SMB File Shares Lab
  3. Manage Stretch Databases
  4. Configure Azure Storage
  5. Change Service Tiers
  6. Change Service Tiers Lab Part 1
  7. Review Wait Statistics
  8. Manage Storage Pools
  9. Recover from Failed Storage
  10. Managing Storage Lab Part 1
  11. Managing Storage Lab Part 2

SQL Server 2016 – Module 9: Perform Database Maintenance

  1. Monitoring Tools
  2. Using Monitoring Tools Lab Part 1
  3. Using Monitoring Tools Lab Part 2
  4. Azure Performance Tuning
  5. Automate Maintenance Tasks
  6. Update Statistics and Indexes
  7. Update Statistics and Indexes Lab Part 1
  8. Update Statistics and Indexes Lab Part 2
  9. Verify Database Integrity
  10. Verify Database Integrity Lab
  11. Recover from Database Corruption
  12. Recover from Database Corruption Lab
  13. Conclusion

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