Microsoft 70-465: Designing Database Solutions for Microsoft SQL Server 2012
Microsoft 70-465: Designing Database Solutions for Microsoft SQL Server 2012

Microsoft 70-465: Designing Database Solutions for Microsoft SQL Server 2012

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This course prepares students for the Microsoft 70-465 Designing Database Solutions for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 exam. The course teaches students how to plan and implement enterprise database infrastructure solutions by using SQL Server 2012 and other Microsoft technologies. The course describes how to consolidate SQL Server workloads, work with both on-premises and Microsoft Azure cloud-based solutions, and how to plan and implement high availability and disaster recovery solutions.

Course Outline

Designing A Database Server Infrastructure

  •  1.1 Introduction
  •  1.2 Desiging A Database Server Infrastructure Part 1
  •  1.3 Desiging A Database Server Infrastructure Part 2
  • 1.4 Desiging A Database Server Infrastructure Part 3
  • 1.5 Desiging A Database Server Infrastructure Part 4
  •  1.6 Considerations For Database Server Consolidation
  •  1.7 Managing Server Resources

Designing A Logical Database Scheme

  •  2.1 Designing A Logical Database Scheme Part 1
  •  2.2Designing A Logical Database Scheme Part 2
  •  2.3 Designing A Logical Database Scheme Part 3
  •  2.4 Designing A Logical Database Scheme Part 4
  •  2.5 Designing A Logical Database Scheme Part 5

Designing A Physical Database Implementation

  •  3.1 Designing A Physical Database Implementation Part 1
  •  3.2 Designing A Physical Database Implementation Part 2
  •  3.3 Designing A Physical Database Implementation Part 3

Incorporating Data Files Into the Database

  •  4.1 Incorporating Data Files Into The Database Part 1
  •  4.2 Incorporating Data Files Into The Database Part 2
  •  4.3 Incorporating Data Files Into The Database Part 3
  •  4.4 Incorporating Data Files Into The Database Demo
  •  4.5 Searching Data Files
  •  4.6 Searching Data Files Demo

Tuning Database Performance

  •  5.1 Tuning Database Performance Part 1
  •  5.2 Tuning Database Performance Part 2
  •  5.3 Tuning Database Performance Part 3
  •  5.4 Working With Query Plans Part 1
  •  5.5 Working With Query Plans Part 2
  •  5.6 Working With Query Plans Part 3
  •  5.7 Working With Query Plans Part 4

Designing Database Security

  •  6.1 Designing Database Security Part 1
  •  6.2 Designing Database Security Part 2
  •  6.3 Contained Databases
  •  6.4 Protecting Data With Encryption

Policy Based Management

  •  7.1 Policy Based Management
  •  7.2 Policy Based Management Demo

Monitoring Server Health

  •  8.1 Monitoring Server Health
  •  8.2 Monitoring Server Health Demo

Designing Database Backup Solution

  •  9.1 Designing Database Backup Solution Part 1
  •  9.2 Designing Database Backup Solution Part 2
  •  9.3 Designing Database Backup Solution Part 3
  •  9.4 Designing Database Backup Solution Part 4
  •  9.5 Disaster Recovery Plan Part 1
  •  9.6 Disaster Recovery Plan Part 2

Automating Multi Server Maintenance

  •  10.1 Automating Multi Server Maintenance
  •  10.2 Managing Multiple Servers

Managing SQL Server With Windows Powershell

  •  11.1 Managing SQL Server WIth Windows Powershell
  •  11.2 Windows Powershell Lab

Replicating Data

  •  12.1 Replicating Data Part 1
  •  12.2 Replicating Data Part 2
  •  12.3 Replicating Data Part 3

Planning High Availability

  •  13.1 Planning High Availability Part 1
  •  13.2 Planning High Availability Part 2

Review of SQL Statements

  •  14.1 Review Of SQL Statements Part 1
  •  14.2 Review Of SQL Statements Part 2
  •  14.3 Review Of SQL Statements Part 3

Eleven Rules of Database Design

  •  15.1 Eleven Rules Of Database Design
  •  15.2 Conclusion

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