This training teaches database administrators and developers how to implement SQL Server 2016 databases so that every user in an entire organization has constant, high availability access to them. You'll learn how to make sure everyone in your organization who needs data always has it.
5 HOURS OF TRAINING
17 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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Developing Databases in Microsoft SQL Server 2016 FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This course in developing and implementing SQL Server 2016 course is great for database administrators and developers because SQL Server 2016 is now the outdated version. SQL Server 2019 is a bit more common than 2016, but knowing how to develop in SQL Server 2016 means you can't be surprised.
No, this course in developing databases in SQL Server 2016 isn't associated with any current certifications because Microsoft retired basically all their certifications that related to older versions of their products. But that makes mastering older (but still common) versions more valuable – especially if that's what your company uses.
The Microsoft Certified: Azure Database Administrator Associate is the only current and actively supported database administration certification you might want to consider after taking this course in developing databases in SQL Server 2016. Microsoft retired their MCSAs, and now the ADAA is the best certification for administrators to earn.
You should take this course in developing databases in SQL Server 2016 because there are subtle but important differences between deploying databases between the 2016 and 2019 versions. With this course under your belt, you can confidently work in either environment – making you a more attractive and reliable employee.