You have created databases and executed queries on them. You are now ready to perform database administration tasks such as installation of SQL Server instances, configuration of SQL Server databases and settings, monitoring database performance, controlling user access to databases, and database maintenance. In addition to these tasks, SQL Server 2012 provides many advanced features that enable you to manage databases efficiently. By familiarizing yourself with these tasks and features, you can plan, deploy, administer, and maintain SQL Server databases efficiently. In this course, you will perform database administration tasks.
This course is designed for Database Administrators who administer and maintain SQL Server databases. This course will be attended by database professionals who are familiar with SQL Server databases and who are responsible for administering and maintaining SQL Server databases as their primary job responsibility. In addition, this course can be attended by individuals who develop applications that access SQL Server database.
To ensure your success in this course you should have some working knowledge of relational databases. You should also be comfortable working with the Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Operating System, and be able to use the core functionalities of Windows Server 2012. Also, working knowledge of Transact SQL queries is essential.
You can obtain this level of skills and knowledge by taking the following Logical Operations courses:
- Relational Database Design Courses
- Windows Server 2012 courses
- Microsoft SQL Server 2012: Database Querying: (Exam 70-461)