Managing and Monitoring Instances in SQL Server 2016 Online Training
This intermediate Managing and Monitoring Instances in SQL Server 2016 training prepares learners to navigate, manage, and configure different instances in SQL Server 2016, allowing you to run multiple databases on the same server with different policies.
In SQL Server 2016, a server is nothing more than the machine — virtual or physical — hosting the software that SQL Server runs on. An instance is the collection of databases that are being run to provide an individual service. It's possible to view separate instances, manage them separately and apply policies for all instances running on a server.
This Managing and Monitoring Instances in SQL Server 2016 training is the key to doing so — after it, a database administrator will know the commands and functionality for viewing and managing the different instances running on a server.
For managers with Microsoft products, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new database administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Managing and Monitoring Instances in SQL Server 2016: What You Need to Know
This SQL Server 2016 training has videos that cover server administration tools topics including:
- Overseeing and managing your SQL Server instances
- Running and differentiating multiple SQL Server instances on the same server
- Starting, stopping and viewing instances through console
- Partitioning data and policies with different instances
Who Should Take Managing and Monitoring Instances in SQL Server 2016 Training?
This SQL Server 2016 training is considered associate-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for database administrators with at least a year of experience with server administration tools and experienced database administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring database administrators. For brand new database administrators, there aren't many courses that are more fundamental for a career in database administration than this Managing and Monitoring Instance in SQL Server 2016 training. If your company relies on SQL Server, with this training you'll be comfortable navigating the database instances and configuring policies on them — which will be one of your primary job responsibilities.
Experienced database administrators. For database administrators with several years of experience, this Managing and Monitoring Instance in SQL Server 2016 training may seem simplistic. But plenty of database administrators focus on other aspects of administration than managing instances. This training can help make sure that as you advance in your career, you're familiar with all parts of the job, even the parts you might not have had a chance to get your hands dirty with yet.