Using T-SQL to Manage Data, Query Data, and Program Databases Online Training
This intermediate Using T-SQL to Manage Data, Query Data, and Program Databases training prepares systems and database administrators to use all of the differences in Transaction-SQL to extend the functionality of SQL for advanced control over SQL Server instances.
Microsoft SQL Server is one of the most commonly used database management systems in the world. When it comes to storing, accessing and manipulating relational data, Microsoft SQL Server's global market share tops all its competitors. And any time a database administrator is called on to use a Microsoft SQL server, T-SQL is being used. This Using T-SQL to Manage Data, Query Data, and Program Databases will demonstrate how to use the extended form of SQL. Database administrators with this training will be better equipped to perform complex operations with and exert control over their data.
For anyone who uses T-SQL on their team, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new systems or database administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Using T-SQL to Manage Data, Query Data, and Program Databases: What You Need to Know
This Using T-SQL to Manage Data, Query Data, and Program Databases training has videos that cover topics including:
- Communicating with an instance of SQL Server via Transact-SQL statements
- Recognizing and using what sets some of T-SQL's most unique commands apart from SQL's
- Performing transaction control and exception handling with T-SQL
- Querying multiple tables by using joins
- Querying temporal data and non-relational data
- Implementing error handling and transactions
Who Should Take Using T-SQL to Manage Data, Query Data, and Program Databases Training?
This Using T-SQL to Manage Data, Query Data, and Program Databases training is considered associate-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for systems administrators with at least a year of experience with T-SQL and experienced database administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring database administrators. For brand new database administrators, getting specialized training like this Using T-SQL to Manage Data, Query Data, and Program Databases can define your career early. Mastering the differences between SQL and T-SQL early will be valuable as you angle to eventually become a subject matter expert in relational database management systems and stabilize your career in maintaining and configuring them.
Experienced database administrators. This Using T-SQL to Manage Data, Query Data, and Program Databases training is ideal for database administrators with several years of experience already if you've missed out on directly manipulating SQL servers. If you've struggled to make sense of the commands that make requests of databases, you'll value mastering SQL Server's underlying language. With this training, you'll speak SQL Server's language and won't have to turn to Google with vague configuration questions ever again.