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This intermediate SQL Server 2016 in Azure training prepares systems administrators to set up and deploy a SQL Server instance in the Azure cloud service, making sure your storage, performance and availability requirements are all met.
The days of running all your database requirements from on-premises equipment are coming to a close. Cloud-driven data solutions are increasingly popular not just for their accessibility, but also their storage capacity, high availability and cost efficiency. Systems administrators looking to stay up-to-date on the most cost-effective ways to use full versions of SQL Server in the cloud without the need to rely on on-premises hardware can depend on this SQL Server 2016 in Azure training to show them how to set up and install instances of the same SQL Server software they're already familiar with from the cloud.
For anyone who manages Server 2016 in Azure 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.
SQL Server 2016 in Azure: What You Need to Know
This SQL Server 2016 in Azure training has videos that cover Server 2016 in Azure topics including:
- Using full versions of SQL Server in the cloud without having to manage anything on-prem
- Simplifying license costs by ensuring you're only paying for what you use
- Choosing the right version, edition and operating system for your SQL Server VM
- Configuring availability groups to ensure high availability
- Meeting high levels of performance requirements with workload and storage customization
Who Should Take SQL Server 2016 in Azure Training?
This SQL Server 2016 in Azure training is considered professional-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for systems administrators with three to five years of experience with Server 2016 in Azure.
New or aspiring systems administrators. IT professionals just starting their systems administration career have come into the career field at a fascinating time. For newcomers with training like this SQL Server 2016 in Azure, installing and running SQL Server without any on-premises equipment will feel like the standard way of doing things. Systems administrators who want to start their careers on the right technological footing should start with training like this that places them squarely in the modern compute and storage world.
Experienced systems administrators. Systems administrators who've been working for several years will probably already have a bit of experience with on-premises SQL Server implementations. This SQL Server 2016 in Azure training shows you how setting up and using SQL Server in the cloud differs and how it'll feel familiar with your years of experience working on-prem.
Skills You'll Learn in this Course
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