You'll learn the four pillars of designing a database solution in SQL Server 2012-2014: designing a database structure, designing the databases and database objects, designing database security, and designing a troubleshooting and optimization solution. Building on a robust knowledge of database administration, this is an advanced SQL Server design course.
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Microsoft SQL Server 2012/2014 Database Solutions (70-465) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Any database professionals who design and build database solutions for their organization using SQL Server 2012-2014 should take this course. This isn't just about maintaining databases or data networks, this course dives into the considerations that go into designing whole database solutions, which means this course can help advance your career into new areas.
Yes, this SQL Server 2012-2014 design course was associated with the MCSE: Data Management and Analytics certification. Unfortunately, Microsoft retired their entire family of MCSE certifications. But they only retired them when they started to shift focus to newer versions - the information in this course is still vital for designing SQL Server 2012 database solutions.
Although the information on this course is tied to the 2012 version of SQL Server 2012, there are still certifications you could consider if you need to certify on more contemporary versions. Data engineers might look into Microsoft Certified: Azure Data Engineer Associate, and DBAs should look into Microsoft Certified: Azure Database Administrator Associate.
The biggest reason to take this SQL Server training is if you find yourself stuck with the now out-dated version of SQL Server but still need to design database solutions on it. Microsoft might have retired the MCSE, but plenty of networks and organizations still rely on SQL Server 2012/2014 – master them and become more versatile and rare.