Server 2012 Training Videos
We are pleased to announce that our line of video training for SQL Server 2012 has arrived. Get started with the nuts and bolts of databases by learning essentials for SQL Server administration and how to use queries in SQL 2012. These two courses will help anyone fairly new to working with SQL databases, and utilizes hands-on practice in the Server 2012 platform. The querying course will even prepare you for one of the MCSA exams for SQL querying!
SQL Server 2012 Admin Essentials
Microsoft Certified Master, Sean McCown, introduces core SQL database concepts in response to the “data explosion” present in many of today’s agile businesses. You’ll gain hands-on practice in many different areas of SQL Server management.
Since departments within companies rely more and more on information derived from “big data, ” the standards for personnel working in expanding IT environments have risen to demand a broader skill set. SQL Server 2012 Essentials teaches you the basics of database management in terms you can understand, so that you can build on your understanding as new concepts are put into practice.
In this course you’ll learn:
- SQL database objects
- Backup & restore basics
- Database configuration and file management options
- Intro to high availability and PowerShell
Solidify your knowledge of SQL databases with MS SQL 2012 Admin Training taught by a Microsoft Certified Master.
Microsoft SQL Querying
For those doing any work at all with databases, querying has really become an invaluable tool. SQL instructor Christopher Harrison can attribute to this as a SharePoint/SQL consultant & Microsoft Certified Trainer in saying…
“Of all the skills I’ve learned over the years, no skill has been used more than SQL querying. This course is designed to be that starting point to your querying career. You might be a developer, looking to create that front end to the backend database. You might be a report writer or salesperson looking to retrieve data and format it in a way that allows you to spot trends. You might be looking to embark upon a career as a SQL Server database administrator.”