Updating Your Skills to Microsoft SQL Server 2016 (MS-10986)
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Our brief yet highly informative Microsoft SQL Training program is designed to assist students in learning about MS SQL Server platforms. The main purpose of this course is to offer knowledge and training on the old versions of the server while helping them make a smooth transition onto the new 2016 release.
We have assigned professional instructors who will help students learn hands-on tips and tricks to work on new features with ease and efficiency. The course ensures that you will be able to perform a variety of tasks on Microsoft SQL Server 2016 smoothly.
By getting important tips from instructors, students can easily work on a number of tasks in the Microsoft SQL Server Training sessions including scalability, security, monitoring, deployment, performance, data access, SQL server Cloud functionality, Power BI, SQL server OLAP, reporting, and much more.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe key capabilities and components of SQL Server 2016
Describe new and enhanced features in SQL Server performance
Describes new and enhanced features in SQL Server security
Describe what's new in SQL Server Availability and Scalability
Describe new and enhanced features in reporting and PowerBI in SQL Server 2016
Describe new and enhanced data access features
Describe new and enhanced features in SQL Server OLAP
Describe new SQL Server cloud functionality
This course is perfect for you if you have worked or want to work as a database professional on SQL Server 2014. This course is for those who want to learn to work efficiently on the features of Microsoft SQL Server 2016 version. You can also sign up for this program if you want to take the SQL Server 2016 certification exam.
In addition to their professional experience, students who attend this training should already have the following technical knowledge:
Experience of building and managing database, data warehouse, and business intelligence (BI) solutions with SQL Server 2014.
Familiarity with the Windows Server 2012 R2 operating system and networking.
Familiarity with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013.
Suggested prerequisites courses:
Querying Data with Microsoft Transact-SQL (MS-20761)
Administering Microsoft SQL Server Databases (MS-20462)
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How will the Updating Your Skills to Microsoft SQL Server 2016 (MS-10986) 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.
- Updating your skills to the newer version and to gauge how can it be useful to your company.
2. What is In-Memory OLTP?
In-Memory OLTP was introduced in SQL Server 2014, and was commonly known by its code name of “Hekaton”. It is a memory-optimized engine designed for tables that exist in memory, rather than on disk. Not being on disk means that the query engine takes no locks or latches on pages during reads or writes, drastically improving the performance of an OLTP system. The data inside memory-optimized tables is not lost if the server restarts. When data is inserted, updated or deleted, SQL Server first writes the transaction to a disk-based transaction log file.
3. What is PolyBase?
PolyBase is Microsoft's new technology that enables you to interface with Hadoop HDInsight® or Azure Blob storage, using SQL Server 2016. PolyBase does not require any additional software to be installed on Hadoop servers, or in Azure. As with relational data, you can also use T-SQL to query non-relational data that is stored outside of SQL Server.
PolyBase hides the complexity of querying different data types; you can use PolyBase to query:
- Hadoop HDInsight data
- Azure Blob storage data
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|Learning Style||Virtual Classroom|
|Course Duration||3 Days|
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