What you'll learn
- Manage SQL Server Administration; install SQL Server in a Production environment following best practice, review storage, data and log files necessities, understand the...
While not 'mandatory', it is highly recommended that the student take my first course T-SQL - and have access to a desktop or laptop. All software, scripts, documentation will be provided
The following course will introduce to you the foundation of SQL Server Administration Part 1 as it's practiced in the production real world situations. I have designed this course for the beginner but at the same time introduced elements that are practiced in the real world, so the student gains a faster understanding of the requirements in the production server. Anyone interested in understanding, configuring, managing or is responsible for SQL Server systems will benefit from this course. My first course T-SQL, while not mandatory, should be taken so you gain a better understanding of this course. All software, SQL Scripts and documentation is provided for you. All you need is a desire to learn and fullfill you future goals. These courses will give you that direction.
Who this course is for:
- I have designed the course for beginners that want to learn how to manage a SQL Server. With examples that are practiced in the real world, the student will valuable lessons that is not taught in books. It is also designed for experienced network adminstrators,developers, programmers, analysts and accidental dbas that want to learn SQL Administration
About the instructor
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.