SQL Server

 

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Duration:  4 Days

Help protect your organization by using the knowledge gained in this course to correctly manage mission-critical databases. With this training, you learn the essential skills for administering SQL Server databases, and gain extensive experience using SQL Server tools to perform real-world administrative tasks with SQL Server Management Studio and Transact-SQL.

You Will Learn How To

Ensure SQL Server security with logins, roles, users, and permissions

  • Develop backup strategies and recover from disasters
  • Leverage SQL Server Agent to automate administrative tasks
  • Isolate and repair fragmentation and database corruption

 

Important Course Information

Requirements:

Relational database experience at the level of:

  • Course 2107, SQL Server Introduction

 

  • Working knowledge of computers and a familiarity with Windows

Recommended Experience:

Programming experience

Software:

  • This course uses Microsoft SQL Server 2014, running on Windows Server 2008
  • This course is applicable to those using earlier versions of SQL Server

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Course Outline

Getting Started with SQL Server
Setting up SQL Server
  • Selecting installation options
  • Installing a named instance
Leveraging essential tools
  • SQL Server Management Studio
  • Configuration Manager
  • Transact-SQL
  • sqlcmd
  • PowerShell
  • Dedicated Administrator Connection
  • Constructing and Managing Databases
Inspecting storage structures
  • Relating servers, databases and files
  • Creating databases and transaction logs
Designing file groups
  • Maximizing storage utilization
  • Placing tables on file groups
Upgrading and moving databases
  • Choosing between upgrade and migration
  • Detaching and attaching databases
Controlling database space
  • Permitting automatic database growth
  • Adding database files to expand databases
  • Handling Server and Database Security
Implementing server security
  • Comparing authentication modes
  • Defining logins
  • Creating user-defined server roles
  • Enforcing password policy
Granting database access
  • Contrasting users and logins
  • Adding users
  • Defining new roles
  • Delegating privileges with predefined roles
  • Repairing mismapped logins
  • Granting and Revoking Permissions
Managing database-scoped privileges
  • Permitting object creation
  • Giving blanket permissions
Defining object-level permissions
  • Limiting object access
  • Meeting complex permission requirements with roles
  • Backup and Recovery
Backing up databases
  • Selecting a recovery model
  • Investigating the transaction log
  • Running full, log and differential backups
Restoring databases
  • Performing a post-crash log backup
  • Rebuilding the master database
  • Recovering user and system databases
  • Streamlining Tasks with Jobs, Alerts and Database Mail
Configuring SQL Server Agent
  • Setting agent properties
  • Implementing database mail
Defining jobs to handle routine tasks
  • Creating alerts and operators
  • Initiating multi-step jobs
  • Associating alerts with jobs
  • Database Maintenance and Monitoring
Handling fragmentation and database corruption
  • Identifying and curing fragmentation
  • Repairing database corruption
Building database maintenance plans
  • Scheduling plan execution
  • Notifying operators of success or failure
Resolving contention problems
  • Identifying blocked processes
  • Killing blockers

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