MOC 20465 - Designing a Data Solution with Microsoft SQL Server
- Learn to assess an existing enterprise environment.
- Learn to plan and implement Policy-Based Management.
- Learn to describe the considerations for consolidating workloads with SQL Server 2014.
- Learn to describe considerations for including SQL Server 2014 in a private cloud. .
This Designing a Data Solution with Microsoft SQL Server training class describes how to design and monitor high performance, highly available enterprise data solutions with SQL Server 2014. This course focuses on database server infrastructure scenarios, including private, public, and hybrid cloud solutions and high availability techniques. Students learn how to consolidate SQL Server workloads and how to plan and implement high availability and disaster recovery solutions.
This course is intended for database professionals who plan, implement, and manage database solutions.
- Introduction to Enterprise Data Architecture
- Considerations for Enterprise Data
- Assessing an Existing Infrastructure
- Lab: Assessing an Existing Enterprise Data Infrastructure
- Multi-Server Configuration Management
- Policy-Based Management
- Microsoft System Center
- Lab: Planning and Implementing Policy-Based Management
- Monitoring SQL Server 2014 Health
- Introduction to Health Monitoring
- Data Collector
- SQL Server Utility
- Lab: Monitoring SQL Server Health
- Consolidating Database Workloads with SQL Server 2014
- Considerations for Database Server Consolidation
- Managing Resources in a Consolidated Database Infrastructure
- Lab: SQL Server Consolidation
- Introduction to Cloud Data Solutions
- Overview of Cloud Computing
- SQL Server in a Private Cloud
- Lab: Preparing a SQL Server Installation in a Virtual Machine Template
- Introduction to High Availability in SQL Server 2014
- High Availability Concepts and Options in SQL Server 2014
- Log Shipping
- Lab: Using Log Shipping
- Clustering with Windows Server and SQL Server 2014
- Introduction to Windows Server Failover Clustering
- SQL Server AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances
- Lab: Implementing an AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instance
- AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- Introduction to AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- Working with AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- Considerations for Using AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- Lab: Implementing and Testing an AlwaysOn Availability Group
- Planning High Availability and Disaster Recovery
- High Availability and Disaster Recovery with SQL Server 2014
- SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Solutions
- Lab: Planning High Availability and Disaster Recovery
- Replicating Data
- SQL Server Replication
- Planning Replication
- Lab: Planning and Implementing Replication
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:
- At least 2 years' experience of working with relational databases, including:
- Planning and implementing databases
- Managing databases
- Querying with Transact-SQL
- Some basic knowledge of high availability and disaster recovery
- Some basic knowledge of Microsoft Azure technologies and concepts around cloud computing
Courses that can help you meet these prerequisites: