This Working with Relational Data on Azure training prepares learners to describe, provision, deploy, and query relational databases as well as use query tools and write your own SQL queries.
Thanks to how many people use Excel on a daily basis, most people have a rough, basic understanding of relational data. Many others continue to simple SQL queries. Where most people stop in their understanding of relational data, good cloud administrators are only getting started. Relational data and relational databases are capable of much more than rows and columns with clever formulas.
Microsoft Azure has relational data solutions like SQL Server, PostgreSQL and MySQL — and cloud administrators who are familiar with them can store and retrieve data in the cloud effortlessly. This Working with Relational Data on Azure training covers the basics - like provisioning and managing a SQL database - as well as the advanced topics - like developing ASP.NET apps that query that database.
Once you're done with this Relational Data on Azure training, you'll know how to describe, provision, deploy, and query relational databases as well as use query tools and write your own SQL queries.
For anyone who leads a technology team, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new cloud administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Working with Relational Data on Azure: What You Need to Know
This Working with Relational Data on Azure training has videos that cover topics including:
- Planning, provisioning, connecting and adding data to Azure SQL databases
- Migrating relational data from SQL Server to an Azure SQL database
- Using Azure Database for PostgreSQL
- Scaling and securing multiple Azure SQL databases
Who Should Take Working with Relational Data on Azure Training?
This Working with Relational Data on Azure training is considered associate-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for cloud administrators. This Azure skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with relational cloud databases and experienced cloud administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring cloud administrators. If you're brand new to cloud administration, learning relational data is non-optional — and if your business or organization uses Microsoft cloud solutions, you need to understand Azure. This Working with Relational Data on Azure training covers both those — what relational data is and how to manage it, and also how to use Azure tools and solutions to do so. For a new cloud administrator, it's practically required reading.
Experienced cloud administrators. If you've been working as a cloud administrator for a while already, this training is especially valuable if you'll be transitioning to Azure soon. The concepts of relational data are probably pretty familiar already. But if you haven't had reason to learn about Azure's resources and tools, this Working with Relational Data on Azure will bring you up to speed quickly.