Administering Microsoft SQL Server Databases (MS-20462)
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- Course Delivery: Virtual Classroom
- Duration: 5
- Language: English
- Audience: Developers, DB Administrators
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Note: This course is designed for customers who are interested in learning SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014. It covers the new features in SQL Server 2014, but also the important capabilities across the SQL Server data platform.
The primary audience for this course is individuals who administer and maintain SQL Server databases. These individuals perform database administration and maintenance as their primary area of responsibility, or work in environments where databases play a key role in their primary job.
The secondary audience for this course is individuals who develop applications that deliver content from SQL Server databases.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Plan and install SQL Server.
- Describe system databases, the physical structure of databases, and the most common configuration options related to them.
- Explain the concept of the transaction log and the SQL Server recovery models and implement different backup strategies that are available with SQL Server.
- Back up SQL Server databases.
- Restore SQL Server databases.
- Import and export data by using wizards, the bulk copy utility, and data-tier applications.
- Work with SQL Server security models, logins, users, and contained databases.
- Work with server roles and database roles.
- Use permissions to secure resources.
- Use SQL Server audit and Transparent Data Encryption.
- Work with SQL Server Agent to configure and execute jobs.
- Implement SQL Server Agent security, proxy accounts, and credentials.
- Configure database mail, alerts, and notifications.
- Create database maintenance plans.
- Use SQL Server Profiler, SQL Trace, and Distributed Relay.
- Use Distributed Management Views and configure data collection
Module 1: Introduction to SQL Server 2014 Database Administration
This module introduces the Microsoft SQL Server 2014 platform. It describes the components, editions, and versions of SQL Server 2014, and the tasks that a database administrator commonly performs for a SQL Server instance.
- Database Administration Overview
- Introduction to the SQL Server Platform
- Database Management Tools and Techniques
- Using SQL Server Management Studio
- Using the sqlcmd Utility
- Using Windows PowerShell with SQL Server
Describe the SQL Server platform.
Describe common database administration tasks.
Use SQL Server administration tools.
Module 2: Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2014
This module explains how to assess resource requirements for SQL Server 2014 and how to install it.
- Planning SQL Server Installation
- Installing SQL Server 2014
- Post-Installation Configuration
- Preparing to Install SQL Server
- Installing SQL Server
- Performing Post-Installation Configuration
- Plan a SQL Server 2014 installation.
- Install SQL Server 2014.
- Perform post-installation configuration tasks.
This module describes how data is stored in databases, how to create databases, how to manage database files, and how to move them. Other tasks related to storage, include managing the tempdb database and using fast storage devices to extend the SQL Server buffer pool cache, are also discussed.
- Introduction to Data Storage with SQL Server
- Managing Storage for System Databases
- Managing Storage for User Databases
- Moving Database Files
- Configuring the Buffer Pool Extension
- Configuring tempdb Storage
- Creating Databases
- Attaching a Database
- Describe how SQL Server stores data.
- Manage storage for system databases.
- Manage storage for user databases.
- Move database files.
- Configure the buffer pool extension.
In this module, you will consider how to create a backup strategy that is aligned with organizational needs, and learn how to perform the backup operations required by that strategy.
- Understanding SQL Server Recovery Models
- Planning a Backup Strategy
- Backing up Databases and Transaction Logs
- Using Backup Options
- Ensuring Backup Reliability
- Backing Up Database
- Performing Database, Differential, and Transaction Log Backups
- Performing a Partial Backup
- Describe how database transaction logs function, and how they affect database recovery.
- Plan a backup strategy for a SQL Server database.
- Back up databases and transactions logs.
- Perform copy-only, compressed, and encrypted backups.
- Maximize backup reliability.
In this module, you will see how to restore user and system databases and how to implement point-in-time recovery.
- Understanding the Restore Process
- Restoring Databases
- Advanced Restore Scenarios
- Working with Point-in-Time Recovery
- Restoring a Database Backup
- Restoring Database, Differential, and Transaction Log Backups
- Performing a Piecemeal Restore
- Explain the restore process.
- Restore databases.
- Perform advanced restore operations.
- Perform a point-in-time recovery.
In this module, you will briefly explore tools and techniques so that you can import and export data to and from SQL Server.
- Introduction to Transferring Data
- Importing and Exporting Table Data
- Copying or Moving a Database
- Using the SQL Server Import and Export Wizard
- Using the bcp Utility
- Using the BULK INSERT Statement
- Using the OPENROWSET Function
- Describe tools and techniques for transferring data.
- Import and export data.
- Copy or move a database.
This module explains how to use three of the most commonly used tools: Activity Monitor, dynamic management views and functions (DMVs and DMFs), and Performance Monitor.
- Introduction to Monitoring SQL Server
- Dynamic Management Views and Functions
- Performance Monitor
- Collecting Baseline Metrics
- Monitoring a Workload
- Describe considerations for monitoring SQL Server and use Activity Monitor.
- Use dynamic management views and functions to monitor SQL Server.
- Use Performance Monitor to monitor SQL Server.
This module describes how to use SQL Server Profiler and SQL Trace stored procedures to capture information about SQL Server, and how to use that information to troubleshoot and optimize SQL Server workloads.
- Tracing SQL Server Workload Activity
- Using Traces
- Capturing a Trace in SQL Server Profiler
- Generating Database Tuning Recommendations
- Using SQL Trace
- Trace activity in SQL Server.
- Use captured traces to test, troubleshoot, and optimize database performance.
In this module, you will be learn about the core concepts on which the SQL Server security architecture is based, and how to manage security at the server and database levels.
- Introduction to SQL Server Security
- Managing Server-Level Security
- Managing Database-Level Principals
- Managing Database Permissions
- Managing Server-Level Security
- Managing Database-Level Security
- Testing Database Access
- Describe core security concepts in the SQL Server security architecture.
- Manage server-level security.
- Manage database-level security principals.
- Manage database permissions.
This module describes the available options for auditing in SQL Server, how to use and manage the SQL Server audit feature, and how to implement encryption.
- Auditing Data Access in SQL Server
- Implementing SQL Server Audit
- Encrypting Databases
- Implementing Auditing
- Implementing Transparent Database Encryption
- Describe options for auditing data access.
- Implement SQL Server audit.
- Manage SQL Server audit.
- Implement Transparent Data Encryption.
This module describes common database maintenance tasks that a DBA must perform, and demonstrates how to automate these tasks using maintenance plans.
- Ensuring Database Integrity
- Maintaining Indexes
- Automating Routine Database Maintenance
- Managing Database Integrity
- Managing Index Fragmentation
- Implementing a Maintenance Plan
- Ensure database integrity by using DBCC CHECKDB.
- Maintain indexes.
- Configure Database Maintenance Plans.
This module describes how to use SQL Server Agent to automate jobs, how to configure security contexts for jobs, and how to implement multi-server jobs.
- Automating SQL Server Management
- Implementing SQL Server Agent Jobs
- Managing SQL Server Agent Jobs
- Managing Job Step Security Contexts
- Managing Jobs on Multiple Servers
- Creating a Job
- Scheduling a Job
- Configuring Job Step Security Contexts
- Describe methods for automating SQL Server management.
- Create jobs, job step types, and schedules.
- Manage SQL Server Agent jobs.
- Configure job security contexts.
- Configure master and target servers.
This module covers the configuration of database mail, alerts, and notifications.
- Monitoring SQL Server Errors
- Configuring Database Mail
- Configuring Operators, Alerts, and Notifications
- Configuring Database Mail
- Implementing Operators and Notifications
- Implementing Alerts
- Configure Database Mail.
- Monitor SQL Server errors.
- Configure operators, alerts, and notifications.
This course requires that you meet the following prerequisites:
- Basic knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating system and its core functionality.
- Working knowledge of Transact-SQL.
- Working knowledge of relational databases.
- Some experience with database design.
Students who attend this training can meet the prerequisites by attending the following courses, or obtaining equivalent knowledge and skills:
- 20461C: Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2014
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