6+ Hours of Video Instruction
Helping non-DBAs learn the critical skills they need to manage SQL Servers
SQL Server is installed behind many third-party applications and behind Microsoft development tools such as Visual Studio. System administrators and developers alike are increasingly responsible for working with and managing SQL Server with no prior exposure or background. Further, they need to understand the basics of relational databases and technologies such as indexing and stored procedures to effectively develop applications. This video covers SQL Server from their perspectives and gives them what they need to manage these instances.
SQL Server 2012 Fundamentals for the Accidental DBA LiveLessons is for power users, developers, IT pros, and anyone who manages SQL Server without formal DBA training. In it, SQL Server MVP Eric Johnson shows you how to perform the essential DBA tasks with SQL Server 2012, even if you’ve never had any DBA training. In these lessons, you will learn at your own pace through realistic hands-on examples that walk you through every step. If you are an accidental DBA—out of the blue expected to run Microsoft SQL Server efficiently, reliably, and securely—when nobody ever taught you how, then this is the video for you. From installation to backup/restore, indexing to scheduling to memory management, you get all the personal, practical DBA training you’ll ever need.
About the Instructor
Eric Johnson (MCSE, MCDBA, MCSD, CCNP) is co-founder of Consortio Services, and the company’s primary Database Technologies Consultant. His background in information technology is diverse—ranging from operating systems and hardware, specialized applications and development to a fair amount of work on networks. Since IT is really just a way to support business processes, he also acquired an MBA. In total, he has more than 15 years IT experience, with a good number of those dedicated to working with Microsoft SQL Server. Eric has managed and designed databases of all shapes and sizes and has delivered numerous SQL Server training classes and webcasts as well as presentations at national technology conferences. Most recently, he presented at TechMentor on SQL Server Replication, Reporting Services, and Integration Services. He also does a good deal of writing, including the four-part series "Tour de SQL" published in Redmondmagazine and the book A Developer’s Guide to Data Modeling for SQL Server(Addison-Wesley, 2008). In addition, he is active in the local SQL Server community, serving as the president of the Colorado Springs SQL Server Users’ Group.
- You will obtain an understanding of SQL Server in order to produce better code for communicating with SQL Server.
- You will gain an understanding of crucial topics like indexing, query plans, and the execution cache.
- You will attain the basic skills and knowledge needed to maintain SQL Server.
- You will understand all the programmability objects in SQL Server and how the use of each is appropriate.
- You will secure an understanding of relational databases and how to go about accessing and storing data in a relational database.
Who Should Take this Course?
Any developer or admin who has been given the responsibility of managing SQL Server. Also a good study resource for IT professionals pursuing SQL Certification.
Basic IT Skills
Table of Contents:
Introduction to SQL Server 2012 Fundamentals for the Accidental DBA LiveLessons
Lesson 1 SQL Server Overview
1.1 Understanding SQL Server
1.2 SQL Server Uses
Lesson 2 The Tools
2.1 SQL Server Management Studio
2.2 Configuration Manager
2.4 SQL Server Data Tools
Lesson 3 Relational Database Basics
Lesson 4 Understanding SQL Server Databases
4.1 Database Files
4.2 Transaction Log
4.3 Understanding System Databases
Lesson 5 Server Configuration
5.1 Basic SQL Server Configuration
Lesson 6 Backing Up SQL Server Database
6.1 Backup Types
6.2 Scheduling Backups
Lesson 7 Restoring SQL Server Databases
7.1 Restore Type
7.2 Restoring System Databases
Lesson 8 Server Security
8.1 Server Security
Lesson 9 Database Security
9.2 Database Roles
9.3 Ownership Changing
Lesson 10 T-SQL
10.1 Basic Data Manipulation Language
10.2 Basic Data Definition Language
Lesson 11 Advanced Programmability
11.1 Stored Procedures
11.5 CLR Integration
Lesson 12 Indexing
12.1 Index Overview
12.2 Working with Indexes
12.3 Included Columns
Lesson 13 Application Security
13.1 How to Set Up Security
13.2 Understanding Abstraction Layers
Summary of SQL Server 2012 Fundamentals for the Accidental DBA LiveLessons
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Table of Contents
- Lesson 1 SQL Server Overview
- Lesson 2 The Tools
- Lesson 3 Relational Database Basics
- Lesson 4 Understanding SQL Server Databases
- Lesson 5 Server Configuration
- Lesson 6 Backing Up SQL Server Database
- Lesson 7 Restoring SQL Server Databases
- Lesson 8 Server Security
- Lesson 9 Database Security
- Lesson 10 T-SQL
- Lesson 11 Advanced Programmability
- Lesson 12 Indexing
- Lesson 13 Application Security
- Title: SQL Server 2012 Fundamentals for the Accidental DBA LiveLessons (Video Training): A Guide to SQL Server for Developers and Systems Administrators
- Release date: July 2013
- Publisher(s): Addison-Wesley Professional
- ISBN: 9780133442076