SQL Server

About SQL Server

SQL Server Training makes you proficient in SQL Server and T-SQL and enhance all features and capabilities of SQL Server and T-SQL. It helps manage and store information in an efficient manner. The important topics included in this course are SQL introduction, relational databases, queries, Subqueries, joins and unions. You will gain considerable proficiency in the theory of optimization, indexing, transactions, database administration, installation of SQL server and clustering.

 

What you will learn in this SQL Server Training Course?

Learn the SQL architecture, client/server relation and database types

Deploy various functions and operators to design relational databases

Modify data using T-SQL, Views and Stored Procedures

Concepts of Trigger and creation of Triggers

Use records for searching, sorting, indexing and grouping

Learn about Database Administrators, types, SQL Server tools and Services

Backup and restoration of databases

 

Who should take this SQL Server Training Course?

  • Software developers and IT professionals
  • SQL and database administrators
  • Project Managers
  • Business Analysts and Managers
  • Business Intelligence professionals
  • Big data and Hadoop professionals
  • Those aspiring for a career in SQL development

 

What are the prerequisites for taking this SQL Online Training Course?

There are no specific prerequisites for taking this Training Course. A basic knowledge of relational DBMS can help.

 

Why should you take this SQL Certification Training Course?

  • Most companies estimate they’re analyzing a mere 12% of the data they have – Forrester Research
  • Global Business Intelligence and Analytics Market to Reach $16.9 Billion in 2016 – Gartner
  • An SQL Developer in the United States can earn $92,000 – indeed.com

The SQL is one of the most important programming languages for working on large sets of databases. Thanks to the Big Data explosion today the amount of data that enterprises have to deal with is humongous. This creates huge demand for SQL Developers who can parse all that Big Data and convert it into business insights. Taking this instructor-led Microsoft SQL Server Training Course and the ensuing Microsoft SQL Server Certification Exam can give a boost to your career.

 

Scope of Sql Server:

Increasing in the usage of SQL Server products on many domains. SQL Server 2017 comes up with excellent features. SQL Server is the best competitor for Oracle.

Due to increase in AI requirement, DBAs job will be slow down in the nearer future. AI will reduce 50% of roles & responsibilities of current SQL Server engineers in the nearer future.

 

How to get certified in SQL Server?

There are various certifications available for SQL Server. The detailed information is given here. For passing these certification exams, an in-depth understanding of all the SQL Server concepts is recommended. The learning path and the project Mindmajix comes up with will be exactly in line with the certification programs which enables you to clear SQL Server certification exams with greater ease and secure a job in top multinationals.

 

SQL Server Course Outline

 

Overview of Database Concepts

  • Basic Database Concept
  • Concepts of Data, Metadata, Files
  • Concepts of DBMS
  • Database Models
  • File Management Systems
  • Relational Database Systems
  • Procedural & Non procedural approaches
  • Database Design
  • E.F.Codd’s Rules
  • Normalization
  • First Normal Form
  • Second Normal Form
  • Third Normal Form
  • Introduction to SQL Server
  • Features of SQL Server
  • Different Editions of SQL Server
  • Components of SQL Server
  • Services of SQL Server
  • Comparison of SQL Server with Oracle
  • Database Design
  • Logical & Physical database design
  • Relational database design
  • Creating databases
  • Management Studio
  • Basics of SQL
  • Data types, expressions, operators
  • Working with Queries & Clauses
  • Creating Databases
  • Creating Tables, Stored Procedures
  • Working with Indexes & Views
  • Sub queries
  • Nested sub queries
  • Correlated sub queries
  • Derived tables
  • Implementation of Data integrity
  • Entity integrity
  • Domain integrity
  • Referential integrity
  • Types of constraints
  • Data Definition Language(DDL)
  • Creation of table
  • Modifying the structure of a table
  • Dropping a table
  • Working with different options
  • Data Manipulation Language(DML)
  • Inserting, updating & deleting operations
  • Operators, Built-in functions, Grouping
  • Working with multiple tables
  • Joins
  • Introduction to Joins
  • Inner join
  • Outer join
  • Cross joins
  • Unions
  • Working with Indexes
  • Introduction to indexes
  • Creating, dropping indexes
  • Complex indexes
  • Clustered & non clustered indexes
  • Implementing Views
  • Introduction & advantages of views
  • Creating views
  • Altering, dropping views
  • Data Control Language(DCL)
  • Creating Users and Roles
  • Granting & Revoking of Roles & Privileges
  • Transaction Control Language (TCL)
  • Introduction
  • Transactions process & types of transactions (Implicit, Explicit)
  • Working with Locks and Types of locks
  • Transact-SQL (T-SQL)
  • Introduction
  • Data types
  • Statements
  • Batch Execution
  • Working with Cursors
  • Creating Cursors
  • Cursors vs. Select
  • Types of cursors, locks on cursors
  • Advantages of cursors
  • Implementing stored procedures
  • Introduction to stored procedures
  • Creating, executing, modifying, dropping sp’s
  • Executing extended sp’s
  • Implementing User Defined Functions
  • Introduction
  • Creating, executing, altering, dropping UDF’s
  • Deterministic, non-deterministic functions
  • Scalar, multi-statement, built-in functions
  • Implementing Triggers
  • Introduction to Triggers
  • Constraints vs Triggers
  • Creating, altering, dropping triggers
  • for/after/instead of triggers

 

  • SQL Server Introduction & Installation
    SQL Server 2012 Installation
    Service Accounts & Use, Authentication Modes & Usage, Instance Configurations
    SQL Server Features & Purpose
    Using Management Studio (SSMS)
    Configuration Tools & SQLCMD
    Conventions & Collation

 

  • SQL Server 2012 Database Design
    SQL Database Architecture
    Database Creation using GUI
    Database Creation using T-SQL scripts
    DB Design using Files and File Groups
    File locations and Size parameters
    Log files and placement
    Database Structure modifications

 

  • SQL Server Tables & Data
    SQL Server Database Tables
    Table creation using T-SQL Scripts
    Naming Conventions for Columns
    Single Row and Multi-Row Inserts
    Table Aliases
    Column Aliases & Usage
    Table creation using Schemas
    Basic INSERT
    UPDATE
    DELETE
    SELECT queries and Schemas
    Use of WHERE, IN and BETWEEN
    Variants of SELECT statement
    ORDER BY
    GROUPING
    HAVING
    ROWCOUNT and CUBE Functions

 

  • Data Validations and Constraints Need for Data Integrity
    Table creation using Constraints
    NULL and IDENTITY properties
    UNIQUE KEY Constraint and NOT NULL
    PRIMARY KEY Constraint & Usage
    CHECK and DEFAULT Constraints
    Naming Composite Primary Keys
    Disabling Constraints & Other Options

 

  • Views and Row Data Security
    Benefits of Views in SQL Database
    Views on Tables and Views
    SCHEMA BINDING and ENCRYPTION
    Issues with Views and ALTER TABLE
    Common System Views and Metadata
    Common Dynamic Management views
    Working with JOINS inside views

 

  • Indexes and Query Tuning
    Need for Indexes & Usage?
    Indexing Table & View Columns
    Index SCAN and SEEK
    INCLUDED Indexes & Usage
    Materializing Views (storage level)
    Composite Indexed Columns & Keys
    Indexes and Table Constraints
    Primary Keys & Non Clustered Indexes

 

  • Stored Procedures and Benefits
    Why to use Stored Procedures?
    Types of Stored Procedures
    Use of Variables and parameters
    SCHEMABINDING and ENCRYPTION
    INPUT and OUTPUT parameters
    System level Stored Procedures
    Dynamic SQL and parameterization

 

  • User Defined Functions and Usage
    Scalar Valued Functions
    Types of Table Valued Functions
    SCHEMABINDING and ENCRYPTION
    System Functions and usage
    Date Functions
    Time Functions
    String and Operational Functions
    ROW_COUNT
    GROUPING Functions

 

  • Triggers and Cursors – Memory Limitations
    Why to use Triggers?
    DML Triggers and Performance impact
    INSERTED and DELETED memory tables
    Data Audit operations & Sampling
    Database Triggers and Server Triggers
    Bulk Operations with Triggers

 

  • Cursors – Memory Limitations
    Cursor declaration and Life cycle
    STATIC
    DYNAMIC
    SCROLL Cursors
    FORWARD_ONLY and LOCAL Cursors
    KEYSET Cursors with Complex SPs

 

  • Transaction Types and Real-world Scenario
    ACID Properties and Scope
    EXPLICIT Transaction types
    IMPLICIT Transactions and options
    AUTOCOMMIT Transaction and usage
    SAVEPOINT and Query Blocking
    Complex SPs with Transactions
    Linked Server and DTC operations

 

  • Overview of Database Concepts
  • Basic Database Concepts
  • Concepts of Data, Metadata, Files
  • Concepts of DBMS
  • Database Models
  • File Management Systems
  • Relational Database Systems
  • Procedural & Non procedural approaches
  • Database Design
  • E.F.Codd’s Rules
  • Normalization
  • First Normal Form
  • Second Normal Form
  • Third Normal Form
  • Introduction to SQL Server
  • Features of SQL Server
  • Different Editions of SQL Server
  • Components of SQL Server
  • Services of SQL Server
  • Comparison of SQL Server with Oracle
  • Database Design
  • Logical & Physical database design
  • Relational database design
  • Creating databases
  • Management Studio
  • Basics of SQL
  • Data types, expressions, operators
  • Working with Queries & Clauses
  • Creating Databases
  • Creating Tables, Stored Procedures
  • Working with Indexes & Views
  • Sub queries
  • Nested sub queries
  • Correlated sub queries
  • Derived tables
  • Implementation of Data integrity
  • Entity integrity
  • Domain integrity
  • Referential integrity
  • Types of constraints
  • Data Definition Language(DDL)
  • Creation of table
  • Modifying the structure of a table
  • Dropping a table
  • Working with different options
  • Data Manipulation Language(DML)
  • Inserting, updating & deleting operations
  • Operators, Built-in functions, Grouping
  • Working with multiple tables
  • Joins
  • Introduction to Joins
  • Inner join
  • Outer join
  • Cross joins
  • Unions
  • Working with Indexes
  • Introduction to indexes
  • Creating, dropping indexes
  • Complex indexes
  • Clustered & non clustered indexes
  • Implementing Views
  • Introduction & advantages of views
  • Creating views
  • Altering, dropping views
  • Data Control Language(DCL)
  • Creating Users and Roles
  • Granting & Revoking of Roles & Privileges
  • Transaction Control Language (TCL)
  • Introduction
  • Transactions process & types of transactions (Implicit, Explicit)
  • Working with Locks and Types of locks
  • Transact-SQL (T-SQL)
  • Introduction
  • Data types
  • Statements
  • Batch Execution
  • Working with Cursors
  • Creating Cursors
  • Cursors vs. Select
  • Types of cursors, locks on cursors
  • Advantages of cursors
  • Implementing stored procedures
  • Introduction to stored procedures
  • Creating, executing, modifying, dropping sp’s
  • Executing extended sp’s
  • Implementing User Defined Functions
  • Introduction
  • Creating, executing, altering, dropping UDF’s
  • Deterministic, non-deterministic functions
  • Scalar, multi-statement, built-in functions
  • Implementing Triggers
  • Introduction to Triggers
  • Constraints vs Triggers
  • Creating, altering, dropping triggers
  • for/after/instead of triggers