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Microsoft SQL Server

About Microsoft SQL Server

Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft. As a database, it is a software product whose primary function is to store and retrieve data as requested by other software applications, be it those on the same computer or those running on another computer across a network (including the Internet). There are at least a dozen different editions of Microsoft SQL Server aimed at different audiences and for workloads ranging from small single-machine applications to large Internet-facing applications with many concurrent users. Its primary query languages are T-SQL and ANSI SQL.

Before you continue, you should have a basic understanding of the following:

1. Strong Knowledge of Computer.
2. Knowledge of Basic understanding of databases.

Benefits of Courses:

1. SQL Developer.
2. SQL Expert.


1. We will provide real time project training with code explanation and implementation.
2. Our training modules are completely designed according to current IT market.
3. After completion of 75% of course, student will go through Major Project Training, Live Project Training, Interview Preparation and
     Recruitment process in IT Industry.
4. Student will go through the training of HTML, CSS and JavaScript as a complimentary package before starting of SQL Server.
5. We offer regular, fast track and weekend training in SQL Server course.
6. Study material is provided with the course which consist of concepts, examples and real time examples.

An Overview of SQL Server 2008 Installing SQL Server 2008 Configuring SQL Server 2008
1. SQL Server 2008 Architecture 1. Preparing for Installation 1. Registering Servers
2. Available Features and Tools 2. Creating Users for Service Accounts 2. Using Metadata Views to Obtain Object Properties
3. New Capabilities 3. Choosing Appropriate File Locations 3. Using Object Explorer
4. SQL Services 4. Choosing Instance Names 4. Configuring a SQL Server Instance
5. Product Licensing 5. Installing SQL Server 2008 5. Configuring Object Properties
6. Product Editions 6. Choosing Appropriate Features 6. Using the Query Window
  7. Specifying Service User Accounts 7. Creating Transact SQL Projects
  8. Choosing Licensing Mode 8. Managing Services
  9. Choosing Appropriate Collation 9. Configuring Server Network Connections
  10. Installing Multiple Instances 10. Configuring Client Connections and Aliases
  11. Upgrading to SQL Server 2008 11. Configuring the Surface Area of SQL Server
    12. Configuring Policy-Based Management
    13. Creating a Central Management Server
    14. Using the Dedicated Administrator Connection
    15. Configuring Data Replication
    16. Creation and Maintenance of Full-Text Catalogs
    17. Describing Full-Text Search
Monitoring Data Structures Using SQL Server 2008 Management Tools Monitoring SQL Server Performance
1. Creating DDL Triggers 1. SQL Server Management Studio 1. Using the Windows Performance Tool to Detect the Cause of a Bottleneck
2. Creating Event Notifications 2. SQL Server Configuration Manager 2. Using SQL Server Profiler
3. Configuring SQL Server Audit 3. SQL Server Books Online 3. Using Dynamic Management Functions
  4. SQLCMD 4. Interpreting Management Studio Reports
    5. Using Activity Monitor
Creating and Configuring a Database Optimizing SQL Server Performance Securing SQL Server
1. Creating Databases 1. Describing Index Structures 1. SQL Server Security Architecture
2. Creating Tables 2. Clustered Indexes 2. Defining Principals and Securables
3. Specifying Data Types 3. Nonclustered (NC) Indexes 3. Using the Security Hierarchy
4. Creating Indexes 4. Choosing Appropriate Clustered Index 4. Creating Logins and Users
5. Describing Data File Structure 5. Choosing Appropriate NC Indexes 5. Applying Password Policies to SQL Logins
6. Describing Log File Structure and Function 6. Detecting Index Fragmentation 6. Creating Roles
7. Creating Filegroups 7. Rebuilding and Reorganizing Indexes 7. Granting Permissions
8. Configuring Filestream Storage 8. Using the Database Engine Tuning Advisor 8. Using SQLCMD to Test Permissions
9. Creating and Using Database Snapshots 9. Generating and Interpreting Query Plans 9. Creating and Using Certificates
10. Moving a Database to Another SQL Server 10. Configuring the Resource Governor 10. Setting Execution Context
    11. Encrypting Data
    12. Encrypting Databases
Automating Tasks Importing and Exporting Data Backing Up and Restoring Databases
1. Creating Maintenance Plans 1. Using BCP and BULK INSERT 1. Choosing Appropriate Database Recovery Model Option
2. Job Creation and Execution 2. Using the Import/Export Wizard 2. Describing Automatic Recovery
3. Creating Schedules for Jobs 3. Using Integration Services to Import Data 3. Choosing an Appropriate Backup Strategy
4. Creating and Using Proxies   4. Determining Backup File Contents
5. Configuring Alerts   5. Designing a Database Recovery Plan
6. Creating and Using Operators   6. Using Backup Compression
7. Configuring and Using Database Mail   7. Use of Filegroups in a Backup Strategy
8. Configuring and Using Database Mail   8. Restoring the Master Database
9. Configuring and Using Database Mail   9. Rebuilding System Databases
Maintaining Data Reliability Maintaining High Availability of Data  
1. Maintaining Data Integrity 1. Purpose of Windows Clustering  
2. Creating Constraints 2. Implementing Database Mirroring  
3. Describing and Using DML Triggers 3. Use of Log Shipping  
4. Configure Data Compression    
5. Setting Transaction Isolation Levels    
6. Capturing Changed Data