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This intermediate Managing Databases and Instances in SQL Server 2016 training prepares learners to manage and control different databases and instances in SQL Server 2016 to a high degree of granularity.
When it comes to database administration, knowing the tasks involved with managing and configuring the different SQL Server 2016 databases and instances you have running are integral to the job, but perfecting them is often overlooked. With a mastery over managing, migrating or consolidating databases and instances, a database administrator can save money, patch security holes before they happen, prevent service disruption, and generally provide a greater data experience for a network.
This Managing Databases and Instances in SQL Server 2016 training provides you with everything you need to optimize every facet of your databases and instances.
For anyone with systems administrators on their team, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new systems administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Managing Databases and Instances in SQL Server 2016: What You Need to Know
This Managing Databases and Instances in SQL Server 2016 training has videos that cover topics including:
- Configuring the properties of an instance including file locations, formats, etc.
- Managing collation and associated behaviors per instance
- Creating logon triggers, managing services and managing server network configs
- Providing maintenance through common administration tasks
Who Should Take Managing Databases and Instances in SQL Server 2016 Training?
This Managing Databases and Instances in SQL Server 2016 training is considered associate-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for systems administrators with at least a year of experience with Server 2016 database technologies and experienced systems administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring database administrators. Brand new database administrators may think they feel pretty much okay about managing databases and instances, but remember: there's always something else you can perfect. Setting up a database is one thing, but can you automate a listener to monitor for certain events, then capture and record them for later review? That's just one of dozens of advanced tools you'll master after this Managing Databases and Instances in SQL Server 2016 training.
Experienced systems administrators. Many of the advanced tools and techniques for managing databases are known to experienced systems administrators, but too often they're learned piecemeal — one at a time when it happens to come up. With this Managing Databases and Instances in SQL Server 2016 training, you can learn every advanced feature SQL Server has in store for you. And as you move through the course, you can just skip any videos that cover what you already know.
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