MOC 20464 - Developing Microsoft SQL Server Databases 2014
This Developing Microsoft SQL Server Databases 2014 training class introduces SQL Server 2014 and describes logical table design, indexing and query plans. It also focuses on the creation of database objects including views, stored procedures, parameters, and functions. Other common aspects of procedure coding, such as indexes, concurrency, error handling, and triggers are also covered in this course.
The primary audience for this course is IT Professionals who want to become skilled on SQL Server 2014 product features and technologies for implementing a database. The secondary audience for this course is individuals who are developers from other product platforms or previous versions of SQL Server looking to become skilled in the implementation of a SQL Server 2014 database. This course helps individuals prepare for the Exam 70-464.
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- Learn to introduce the entire SQL Server platform and its major tools. It will cover editions, versions, basics of network listeners, and concepts of services and service accounts.
- Learn to determine appropriate data types to be used when designing tables, convert data between data types, and create alias data types.
- Learn to be aware of good design practices regarding SQL Server tables and be able to create tables using T-SQL. (Note: partitioned tables are not covered).
- Learn to implement PRIMARY KEY, FOREIGN KEY, DEFAULT, CHECK and UNIQUE constraints, and investigate cascading FOREIGN KEY constraints.
- Learn to determine appropriate single column and composite indexes strategies.
- Learn to create tables as heaps and tables with clustered indexes. Also consider the design of a table and suggest an appropriate structure.
- Learn to read and interpret details of common elements from execution plans.
- Learn to design effective non-clustered indexes.
- Learn to design and implement views.
- Learn to design and implement stored procedures.
- Learn to work with table types, table valued parameters and use the MERGE statement to create stored procedures that update data warehouses.
- Learn to design and implement functions, both scalar and table-valued. (Also describe where they can lead to performance issues).
- Learn to perform basic investigation of a deadlock situation and learn how transaction isolation levels affect application concurrency.
- Learn to use both traditional T-SQL error handling code and structured exception handling.
- Learn to design and implement DML triggers.
- Learn to learn appropriate uses for SQL CLR integration and implement an existing .NET assembly within SQL Server.
- Learn to store XML data and schemas in SQL Server.
- Learn to perform basic queries on XML data in SQL Server.
- Introduction to Database Development
- Introduction to the SQL Server Platform
- SQL Server Database Development Tasks
- Lab: Introduction to Database Development
- Designing and Implementing Tables
- Designing Tables
- Data Types
- Working with Schemas
- Creating and Altering Tables
- Partitioning Data
- Compressing Data
- Lab: Designing and Implementing Tables
- Ensuring Data Integrity through Constraints
- Enforcing Data Integrity
- Implementing Domain Integrity
- Implementing Entity and Referential Integrity
- Lab: Ensuring Data Integrity through Constraints
- Introduction to Indexing
- Core Indexing Concepts
- Data Types and Indexes
- Single Column and Composite Indexes
- Lab: Implementing Indexes
- Designing Optimized Index Strategies
- Covering Indexes
- Managing Indexes
- Working with Execution Plans
- Using the DTE
- Lab: Designing Optimized Index Strategies
- Columnstore Indexes
- Introduction to Columnstore indexes
- Creating Columnstore Indexes
- Working with Columnstore Indexes
- Lab: Using Columnstore Indexes
- Designing and Implementing Views
- Introduction to Views
- Creating and Managing Views
- Performance Considerations for Views
- Lab: Designing and Implementing Views
- Designing and Implementing Stored Procedures
- Introduction to Stored Procedures
- Working With Stored Procedures
- Implementing Parameterized Stored Procedures
- Controlling Execution Context
- Lab: Designing and Implementing Stored Procedures
- Designing and Implementing User-Defined Functions
- Overview of Functions
- Designing and Implementing Scalar Functions
- Designing and Implementing Table-Valued Functions
- Implementation Considerations for Functions
- Alternatives to Functions
- Lab: Designing and Implementing User-Defined Functions
- Responding to Data Manipulation via Triggers
- Designing DML Triggers
- Implementing DML Triggers
- Advanced Trigger Concepts
- Lab: Responding to Data Manipulation via Triggers
- Using In-Memory Tables
- In-Memory Tables
- Native Stored Procedures
- Lab: In-Memory OLTP
- Implementing Managed Code in SQL Server 2014
- Introduction to SQL CLR Integration
- Importing and Configuring Assemblies
- Implementing SQL CLR Integration
- Lab: Implementing Managed Code in SQL Server 2014
- Storing and Querying XML Data in SQL Server
- Introduction to XML and XML Schemas
- Storing XML Data and Schemas in SQL Server
- Implementing the XML Data Type
- Using the T-SQL FOR XML Statement
- Getting Started with XQuery
- Lab: Storing and Querying XML Data in SQL Server 2014
- Working with SQL Server 2014 Spatial Data
- Introduction to Spatial Data
- Working with SQL Server Spatial Data Types
- Using Spatial Data in Applications
- Lab: Working with SQL Server Spatial Data
- Incorporating Data Files into Databases
- Querying Data with Stored Procedures
- Implementing FILESTREAM and File Tables
- Searching Data Files
- Lab: Implementing a Solution for Storing Data Files
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this SQL Server class:
- Knowledge of writing T-SQL queries.
- Knowledge of basic relational database concepts.