Microsoft SQL Server Database Administration Fundamentals exam 98-364 E-Learning
Database Administration Fundamentals exam 98-364 E-Learning
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Database Administration Fundamentals exam 98-364 E-Learning

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DataBasics Administration Fundamentals exam 98-364 E-Learning

Order this great E-Learning Training DataBasics Administration Fundamentals exam 98-364 online course  1 year 24/7 access to rich interactive videos, voice, practice assignments, progress monitoring through reports and tests per subject to test the knowledge directly. After the course you will receive a certificate of participation..

Course content

SQL Server Database Fundamentals: Design Principles and Data Manipulation

start the course
define a database, describe how data is stored in tables containing records and fields, and describe flat, hierarchal, and relational databases
define database management systems (DBMS) and relational database management systems (RDBMS)
describe the purpose of and navigate SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), a SQL Server instance, and its objects
describe the data types supported by SQL Server
describe the importance of data integrity to related database tables and list the methods for enforcement
define the standards used in tables for data storage such as removing duplicates, breaking down fields, and the use of primary keys in the context of SQL Server examples
define the standards used in column design and its properties such as auto increment columns, default and null values, and modifying size and format in the context of SQL Server examples
define the table and column properties such as collation, data type, size, and field properties in the context of SQL Server examples
define relationships in a database such as one-to-many, one-to-one, and many-to-many, outlining the role of primary, composite, and foreign keys in the context of SQL Server examples
describe the purpose of SQL, Data Definition Language or DDL, and Data Manipulation Language or DML statements in the context of SQL Server
use SELECT statements to query tables and columns
use SELECT statements with WHERE, AND, NOT, BETWEEN to filter results
use the ORDER By clause to order result sets returned from a SELECT statement
use the SQL Server aggregate functions COUNT, AVG, MIN, and MAX to return specific result sets
use INNER JOINS to retrieve data from multiple SQL Server tables
use OUTER JOINS to retrieve data from multiple SQL Server tables
use CROSS JOINS to retrieve data from multiple SQL Server tables
use the UNION statement to combine the results from multiple SELECT statements executed on a SQL Server database
use INTERSECT and EXCEPT to compare and extract data from result sets returned from SQL Server data
describe how data is inserted into a database and use INSERT statements to insert one or more rows into a SQL Server database
use BULK INSERT to insert data into a SQL Server database
describe how data is updated to a SQL Server database and use appropriate UPDATE statements
use DELETE to delete data from single or multiple SQL Server tables
use transactions with SQL Server to ensure data and referential integrity
use Data Manipulation Language or DML statements to query, update, and delete data in a SQL Server database

SQL Server Database Fundamentals: Creating, Optimizing, and Securing Databases

start the course
create a new SQL Server database with its specific syntax and parameters and review its schema by using SQL Server Management Studio or SSMS and Data Definition Language or DDL
use, alter, and drop SQL Server databases by using SQL Server Management Studio or SSMS and Data Definition Language or DDL
create SQL Server tables and define their properties by using SQL Server Management Studio or SSMS and Data Definition Language or DDL
alter and drop SQL Server tables by using SQL Server Management Studio or SSMS and Data Definition Language or DDL
compare TRUNCATE to DELETE and use the TRUNCATE command to remove data from a SQL Server table
describe the purpose and performance impact of views and create a view in a SQL Server database by using SQL Server Management Studio or SSMS graphical designer or by using Transact-SQL or T-SQL
create and use stored procedures in SQL Server databases
compare the stored functions with stored procedures and create and use a stored function within a SQL Server database
describe the purpose of normalizing relational databases
describe the normalization guidelines for relational databases and define the first normal form or 1NF
describe the normalization guidelines for relational databases and define the second normal form or 2NF
describe the normalization guidelines for relational databases and define the third normal form or 3NF
describe clustered and nonclustered indexes in the context of their use in a SQL Server database
create clustered and nonclustered indexes in SQL Server databases
describe the main considerations for relational database security
identify and describe SQL Server fixed and user-defined server and database roles, the guest account, and how to revoke it by using SQL Server Management Studio or SSMS
create, assign, and manage permissions to a SQL Server login
list the options available in SQL Server for database backups and restores
use SQL Server to back up databases
use SQL Server to restore databases
use the appropriate commands to create and normalize tables in a SQL Server database

Specifications
Availabilty 9 hours
Language English
Certificate of participation Yes
Online access 365 days
Progress monitoring Yes
Award Winning E-learning Yes
Suitable for mobile Yes
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