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SQL Server Administration Part 3

10,094 Enrolled Students

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Partner
Level
beginner
Start Date
Duration
1 year
Access
Full lifetime access
Certificate
Certificate of completion

SQL Server Administration Part 3

10,094 Enrolled Students

What you'll learn

  • At the end of the course, the student will be able to understand, configure and monitor various high availability (HA) solutions such as log shipping, database mirroring,

Requirements

  • It is strongly advised that students take SQL Administration Part 1 and SQL Administration Part 2 first before taking this course as this builds upon the concepts taught and discussed in those courses. Also, Learn T-SQL course is highly recommended. All the material and software that the students needs will be downloaded and the SQL scripts will be provided by me where applicable.

Description

This SQL Server Administration Part 3 course is designed for the student who has already taken or is taking Part 1 and Part 2, which are prerequisite courses.  This course will cover High Availability solutions such as log shipping, database mirroring, replication, peer to peer replication and always on availability group technologies. Upon completing this course, the student will be well versed in configuring, managing, and monitoring virtually all tasks that a SQL SBA does in his daily, weekly and monthly duties.  The materials that the student will need such as documents and SQL scripts will be provided via a zip file that the student requests via email.  Upon completion of this course, the student will have the training, education and knowledge that a college provides in their courses about SQL Server Administration.

Who this course is for:

  • Students who are interested in learning more advanced technologies that SQL Server has to offer such as database mirroring, and always on; those who are accidental SQL DBAs and are in charge of deploying solutions for safe guarding databases throughout their environment. Students that have not taken SQL Administration Part 1 and SQL Administration Part 2 should not this course as those courses are prerequisites. This course build upon those tow previous courses.

Instructors

About the instructor

Raphael Asghar

Worked as a Production SQL Database Administrator and developer for over 15 years for various companies such as Neutrogena, BakeMark, Solutions2Go and NextGen.  Want to help those students that want more that the basic SQL Language.  Creating real life courses for those students who want a simple path to becoming a SQL DBA.  I love SQL Administration and all that is involved in managing and creating a stable SQL architecture environment. I want to pass that experience and information to my students.

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What you’ll learn

  • At the end of the course, the student will be able to understand, configure and monitor various high availability (HA) solutions such as log shipping, database mirroring,

Requirements

  • It is strongly advised that students take SQL Administration Part 1 and SQL Administration Part 2 first before taking this course as this builds upon the concepts taught and discussed in those courses. Also, Learn T-SQL course is highly recommended. All the material and software that the students needs will be downloaded and the SQL scripts will be provided by me where applicable.

Description

This SQL Server Administration Part 3 course is designed for the student who has already taken or is taking Part 1 and Part 2, which are prerequisite courses.  This course will cover High Availability solutions such as log shipping, database mirroring, replication, peer to peer replication and always on availability group technologies. Upon completing this course, the student will be well versed in configuring, managing, and monitoring virtually all tasks that a SQL SBA does in his daily, weekly and monthly duties.  The materials that the student will need such as documents and SQL scripts will be provided via a zip file that the student requests via email.  Upon completion of this course, the student will have the training, education and knowledge that a college provides in their courses about SQL Server Administration.

Who this course is for:

  • Students who are interested in learning more advanced technologies that SQL Server has to offer such as database mirroring, and always on; those who are accidental SQL DBAs and are in charge of deploying solutions for safe guarding databases throughout their environment. Students that have not taken SQL Administration Part 1 and SQL Administration Part 2 should not this course as those courses are prerequisites. This course build upon those tow previous courses.