10985: Introduction to SQL Databases Training helps professionals gain comprehensive knowledge of fundamental database concepts, including database languages, data designs, and database types. This technical course is developed for people who plan to move into a professional database role or whose job involves expanding to encompass database components. 10985: Introduction to SQL Databases Training provides information regarding critical database concepts in the SQL Server 2016 context and also teaches about database language. From data modeling techniques to denormalization and normalization techniques, this training program covers all the essential concepts. By the end of this course, trainees will know how to demonstrate the different types of relationships and their effects in the database designs. They will also learn the commonly used database objects and the influence of database design on performance.
This training is designed based on the objectives of the course variant 10985C.
The targeted audience for the course are newcomers wanting to move into a database-specific role or someone wanting to expand their role in database technologies.
This is an establishment-level course and along these lines just requires general PC proficiency.