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The 70-762 Practice Lab will provide you with the necessary platform to gain hands on skills Microsoft SQL Server 2016. By completing the Practice Lab tasks, you will improve your practical skills in designing and implementing database objects, implementing programmability objects, managing database concurrency and optimizing database objects and SQL infrastructure. These same tasks will help you understand the objectives and competencies required by the Microsoft 70-762 Developing SQL Databases exam.
Learning with Global Edulink has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you, and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.
This course is comprised of professionally narrated e-Learning modules, interactive quizzes, tests and exams. All delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months). An effective support service and study materials will build your confidence to secure your qualification.
As part of this Practice Lab course, you will:
- Complete exam based practical tasks
- Experience realistic problems which will prepare you for work
- Develop practical skills
- Use real equipment
- Have access to the latest industry technologies
- Gain an accredited Microsoft qualification
- Design and implement database objects (25–30%)
- Implement programmability objects (20–25%)
- Manage database concurrency (25–30%)
- Optimize database objects and SQL infrastructure (20–25%)
- Gain an accredited Microsoft qualification
- Access to excellent quality video tutorials
- Learners will be eligible for an NUS Discount Card
- One year’s access to the course
- Support by phone, live chat, and email
- Join a friendly online learning platform
- Module 01: Designing a Relational Database Schema
- Module 02: Creating Indexes
- Module 03: Best Practices in Index Creation
- Module 04: Creating and Implementing Views
- Module 05: Creating Columnstore Indexes
- Module 06: Maintaining Columnstore Indexes
- Module 07: Creating Constraints
- Module 08: Effects of Contraints on DML Statements
- Module 09: Creating Stored Procedures with Parameters
- Module 10: Error Handling and Streamlining Stored Procedures
- Module 11: Creating Triggers
- Module 12: Creating User-Defined Functions
- Module 13: Impact of Transactions on DML Statements
- Module 14: Implicit and Explicit Transactions – Creating Savepoints
- Module 15: Manage Isolation Levels
- Module 16: Serializable and Snapshot
- Module 17: Identifying and Analyzing Locking Issues
- Module 18: Implementing Memory-Optimized Tables and Native Stored Procedures
- Module 19: Optimizing Statistics
- Module 20: Optimizing Indexes
- Module 21: Optimizing Query Plans Part 1
- Module 22: Optimizing Query Plans Part 2
- Module 23: Monitoring Performance using SQL Trace and Extended Events
- Module 24: Optimizing Performance for Database Instances Part 1
- Module 25: Optimizing Performance for Database Instances Part 2
Method of Assessment:
At the end of the course learners will be assessed by an official exam. Please note that we do not provide the official exam, which you will need to purchase separately. You can purchase the exam here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-762.aspx.
This exam is intended for database professionals who build and implement databases across organizations and who ensure high levels of data availability. Their responsibilities include creating database files, data types, and tables; planning, creating, and optimizing indexes; ensuring data integrity; implementing views, stored procedures, and functions; and managing transactions and locks.
Successful learners will be awarded a 70-762 Developing SQL Databases certificate.
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Learners should be age 16 or over, and must have a basic understanding of Maths, English, and ICT.
Upon successful completion of the 70-762 Developing SQL Databases course you could go on to study other Microsoft professional qualifications. Alternatively, you could begin working as an IT professional, and could become any of the following:
- Systems Engineer (average UK yearly salary according to payscale.com: £30,519)
- Customer Support Engineer (average UK yearly salary according to payscale.com: £26,176)
- Windows Server Administrator (average UK yearly salary according to payscale.com: £30,164)
- Network Engineer (average UK yearly salary according to payscale.com: £30,354)
- Systems Analyst (average UK yearly salary according to payscale.com: £30,281)
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|1: designing a relational database schema|
|2: creating indexes|
|3: best practices in index creation|
|4: creating and implementing views|
|5: creating columnstore indexes|
|6: maintaining columnstore indexes|
|7: creating constraints|
|8: effects of contraints on dml statements|
|9: creating stored procedures with parameters|
|10: error handling and streamlining stored procedures|
|11: creating triggers|
|12: creating user-defined functions|
|13: impact of transactions on dml statements|
|14: implicit and explicit transactions - creating savepoints|
|15: manage isolation levels|
|16: serializable and snapshot|
|17: identifying and analyzing locking issues|
|18: implementing memory-optimized tables and native stored procedures|
|19: optimizing statistics|
|20: optimizing indexes|
|21: optimizing query plans part 1|
|22: optimizing query plans part 2|
|23: monitoring performance using sql trace and extended events|
|24: optimizing performance for database instances part 1|
|25: optimizing performance for database instances part 2|
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