Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server Databases

Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server Databases

Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server Databases. With the help of this course you can Learn how to build a simple SQL Server database to collect and analyze your data in this Microsoft SQL server training.

This course was created by Baya Dewald. It was rated 4.3 out of 5 by approx 13803 ratings. There are approx 53967 users enrolled with this course, so don’t wait to download yours now. This course also includes 1.5 hours on-demand video, Full lifetime access, Access on mobile and TV & Certificate of Completion.

What Will You Learn?

  • Discussion of database concepts – definition of a database management system, logical and physical data models, structured query language.

  • Building a sample data model – start with a list of business entities and attributes, normalize the data, define key attributes.

  • Overview of SQL Server product suite.

  • Creating a database – data and transaction log files, file groups.

  • Implementing a physical model: creating tables – defining column data types, null-ability, and constraints.

  • Enhancing the physical model with primary and foreign key constraints, indexes, views.

  • Discussion of system databases and objects.

  • Implementing database security through server logins and database roles, defining object permissions.

  • Introduction to Transact-SQL code modules: user-defined functions and stored procedures.

Each modern business needs to have a way of collecting and analyzing large amounts of data. There are many Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) you could choose from, but Microsoft’s SQL Server is the most popular one used by top enterprises as well as small to medium-sized businesses. This SQL training course introduces you to database concepts and the process of building a database from the ground up. The Introductory Microsoft SQL Server Training course provides a brief overview of all major components of SQL Server product suite, but focuses on relational DBMS. Instead of forever dwelling on theory, this SQL training course provides a case study of defining a logical data model, implementing a physical model through SQL Server objects and also introduces Transact-SQL code modules.

Take this ultimate Introductory Microsoft SQL Server Training course now and learn how to build a simple SQL Server database.

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