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This comprehensive training program helps professionals nurture the skills required to proficiently administer Database Infrastructures in SQL Servers.
About this Course:
This comprehensive training program helps professionals nurture the skills required to proficiently administer Database Infrastructures in SQL Servers. Professionals having proficiency in database administration can successfully land reputable jobs and a Database Administrator (DBA) having SQL Server Knowledge earns $74,885 annually. This intermediate-level 5 days course is specifically designed for professionals liable for maintaining and administering SQL Server Databases.
This course covers the key concepts of User Authentication & Authorization, Accessing Resources, Data Protection, Backup & Restoration, Security Configuration, Server Management, Data Migration, Troubleshooting, and many more. This course is extremely beneficial for professionals developing and designing applications for content delivery and migration from SQL Server and Databases. Besides this, this course also trains professionals for success in the 70-764 Administering a SQL Server Database Certification Exam.
The core objective of this course is to help professionals gain a better knowledge and develop a sound understanding of the following key concepts:
- Users Authentication & Authorization
- Data Protection with Encryption and Automating Database Management
- SQL Server Management with PowerShell
- Database Roles & Server Assignment
- Accessing Resources with User Authorization
- Backup and Restore Databases in SQL Server
- Understanding Backup Strategies, Recovery Models, and Auditing
- Notifications & Alerts Management
- Tracing SQL Server Access and Server & Infrastructure Monitoring
- SQL Infrastructure Troubleshooting and Data Migration
- SQL Server Agent Security Configuration
- Database & SQL Server Administrators
- Professionals liable for SQL Server Maintenance & Upkeep
- IT Professionals & Support Officers
- Professional App Developers
Professionals planning to enroll in Administering a Microsoft SQL Server Database Infrastructure (MS-20764) course must comply with the following prerequisites:
- Fundamental Knowledge Windows Operating System & Key Functionalities
- Understanding Core Concepts of Transact-SQL
- Relational Databases Conceptual Knowledge
- Practical Know-how of Designing Databases
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How will the Administering a Microsoft SQL Server Database Infrastructure (MS-20764) certification training benefit me in my current job role?
- Provide value added skills and expertise to excel seamlessly and robustly in your job role along with the confidence of being product specialist.
- provide a real-world, hands-on practical approach for you to apply the knowledge and skills learned in the course.
- provide on-the-job reference material to boost knowledge and skills retention.
2. What is the exam criteria for the Administering a Microsoft SQL Server Database Infrastructure (MS-20764) course?
- Configure data access and auditing (20–25%)
- Manage backup and restore of databases (20–25%)
- Manage and monitor SQL Server instances (35–40%)
- Manage high availability and disaster recovery (20–25%)
3. 10. What is the function of BULK INSERT statement?
The BULK INSERT statement loads data from a data file into a table. This functionality is like that provided by the in direction of the bcp command. However, the data file is read by the SQL Server process, not by an external utility. The BULK INSERT statement executes within a Transact-SQL batch. Because the data files are opened by a SQL Server process, data is not copied between client process and SQL Server processes. By comparison, the bcp utility runs in a separate process, which can produce a higher load on the server when run on the same system.
A key consideration for using the BULK INSERT statement is that file paths to source data must be accessible from the server where the SQL Server instance is running and must use the correct drive letters for volumes as they are defined on the server. For example, when running a BULK INSERT statement from a client computer, the path C:\data\file.txt references a file on the C: volume of the server, not the client.
Practice Certification Exam
|Subjects||IT Ops & Management|
|Learning Style||Virtual Classroom|
|Course Duration||5 Days|
|VPA Discount||VPA Discount|
- good instructorAbdullah is very helpful in the lab. I will retake this course.
- excellentAbdullah was awesome. He has good knowledge over the material.
- Very Good
- Knowledgable Instructor
- Good Material
- I love and appreciate Jeff's ability and willingness to relate the course materials to real world situations. I have worked over 10 years in the IT industry when taking this training.
- Our instructor provided a great blend of real world knowledge along with the course material. All information was clearly relayed and I feel his antecdotes drove home important details for me. I have worked over 10 years in the IT industry when taking this training.
- I appreciate you taking time to explain the Always On Availability despite it not being part of the training material. I have worked over 10 years in the IT industry when taking this training.
- Jeff seemed very knowledgeable of the subject. I have worked over 10 years in the IT industry when taking this training.
- very much appreciate the instructor's eagerness to share knowledge and expertise. can tell that instructor is very earnest with wanting to transfer knowledge with extra time spent on additional topics requested by students and sharing of tools and resources. I have worked less than 1 year in the IT industry when taking this training.
- The instructor does an awesome job taking people from the basic foundations to showing the thought process and implementation. Appreciate his effort to go beyond the required materials providing personal scripts he finds useful. The powershell component and extended events feel a bit rushed for their complexity I have worked less than 1 year in the IT industry when taking this training.
- Some of the labs appear to be written for an earlier version of SQL Server, not for SQL216
- Class was excellent, well laid out and very informative. It was relevant to what my job entails on a day to day basis, but it also let me further develop my skill sets to where I can improve in other areas and become more of a SME.
- May want to mute microphone during labs. The occasional sound pickups are distracting.