- Course info
This intermediate SQL Server 2016 Storage training prepares learners to plan, set up and maintain all storage requirements in SQL Server 2016.
Obviously, when you're using it at maximal efficiency, Microsoft SQL Server needs more than one installation on some random PC in the office. Similarly, setting up the best storage solutions for SQL Server 2016 takes more than plugging in an external hard drive somewhere. Sprawling data centers running SQL Server need scalable and flexible storage solutions, and that's what this Managing SQL Server 2016 Storage training provides.
This training will teach database administrators how to aggregate storage across the network and provide failover protections for users and data.
For anyone who manages IT training, 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 SQL Server 2016 Storage: What You Need to Know
This Managing SQL Server 2016 Storage training covers SQL Server 2016 topics including:
- Breaking down the storage and database tier design process into separate steps
- Gathering storage and server space requirements
- Designing your storage architecture according to capacity needs
- Estimating memory requirements and incorporating network topology plans
- Configuring, validating and monitoring SQL Server performance
Who Should Take Managing SQL Server 2016 Storage Training?
This Managing SQL Server 2016 Storage training is considered associate-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for database and systems administrators with at least a year of experience with Server 2016 storage technologies and experienced systems administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring database administrators. Incorporating storage requirements with SQL Server processes and operations is often an intimidating topic for brand new database administrators. This Managing SQL Server 2016 Storage training is made to reduce the uncertainty around making sure your network's SQL Server operations have access to not only as much storage as they need, but the right storage types, all without risk of failure.
Experienced database administrators. For database administrators with several years of experience already under their belts, this Managing SQL Server 2016 Storage training is a way to specialize your career in storage management. Providing, optimizing and maintaining storage solutions for a network is a skillset that's usually tacked on to someone's resume, but a database administrator who focuses on it is valuable to all companies that treasure their data.
Skills You'll Learn in this Course
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