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OD10985: Introduction to SQL Databases SQL Server 2016 MOD Training


What OD10985: Introduction to SQL Databases SQL Server 2016 MOD training is all about?

The program is created for people wanting to move into a more database focused role or someone making a transition to database elements. In this training, students will learn about fundamentals and concepts surrounding types of database, languages, and database designs.

Schedule

Contact us to customize this class with your preferred dates, times and location. You can call us on 1-800-961-0337 or Chat with our representative.

What are the course objectives for OD10985: Introduction to SQL Databases SQL Server 2016 MOD training?
  • Describing major database concepts in SQL Server 2016’s context of
  • Describing languages utilized in SQL Server 2016 database
  • Describing techniques for data modelling
  • Describing techniques for normalization and denormalization
  • Describing types of relationship and effects within database design
  • Describing how database design affects performance
  • Describe common objects used in the database
Who should attend OD10985: Introduction to SQL Databases SQL Server 2016 MOD training?

The course is targeted for people making a transition to a database focused role or someone who is beginning to expand or shift into database technologies.

What is the course outline for OD10985: Introduction to SQL Databases SQL Server 2016 MOD training?
  • 1. Introduction to databases
  • a). Introduction to relational databases
  • b). Other types of database
  • c). Data analysis
  • d). Database languages in SQL Server
  • e). Lab : Exploring and querying SQL Server databases
  • 2. Data Modelling
  • a). Data modelling
  • b). ANSI/SPARC database model
  • c). Entity relationship modelling
  • d). Lab : Identify components in entity relationship modelling
  • 3. Normalization
  • a). Fundamentals of Normalization
  • b). Normal form
  • c). Denormalization
  • d). Lab : Normalizing data
  • 4. Relationships
  • a). Introduction to relationships
  • b). Planning referential integrity
  • c). Lab : Planning and implementing referential integrity
  • 5. Performance
  • a). Indexing
  • b). Query performance
  • c). Concurrency
  • d). Lab : Performance issues
  • 6. Database Objects
  • a). Tables
  • b). Views
  • c). Stored procedures, triggers and functions
  • d). Lab : Using SQL server
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