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 PhD (University of London),

 MEd. M. (University of Bath),

 Adv. Dip. Ed. (University of Bristol),

 PGCIS (Thames Valley University),

 ITC (UWI),

 Member of the Standing Council of Organisational Symbolism (MSCOS);

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 Professor, HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute;

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For Whom This Course is Designed

This Course is Designed For:

 Database Administrators;

 SQL Server Administrators;

 General Server Administrators;

 Computer Encoders;

 Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Administrators;

 Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Warehousing Administrators;

 Users of Transact SQL (T_SQL);

 SQL Server Installers;

 Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Installers;

 Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Professionals;

 SQL Server Management Studio Administrators;

 Information Systems Professionals;

 Information Systems Consultants;

 Microsoft Certified Database Administrators (MCDBA) – SQL Server 2000 Databases – who wish to update to Microsoft SQL Server 2012;

 Those who have an interest in relational database and SQL Servers;

 All others who aspire to administer, configure and manage Microsoft SQL Server 2012.

Duration:25 Days Cost:

£20,000.00 PerDelegate for UK Delivery

£25,000.00 PerDelegate for Delivery outside the UK

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Cost includes:

 Free Continuous snacks throughout the Event Days;

 Free Hot Lunch on Event Days;

 Free City Tour;

 Free Country Souvenir;

 Free Stationery;

 Free On-site Internet Access;

 Leather Conference Folder;

 Conference Ring Binder;

 Institute’s Polo Shirt.

 Diploma – Postgraduate - or

 Certificate of Attendance and Participation – if unsuccessful on resit.

Daily Schedule:9:30 to 4:30 pm.

Location: Central London and International Locations

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By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:

 Demonstrate their ability to analyse collected performance data;

 Illustrate how they authorise users to access particular objects;

 Indicate how they would provide authorisation for users to execute a code;

 Demonstrate their knowledge of database maintenance and how to automate the process;

 Demonstrate an automation of SQL Server Management;

 Back up databases and transaction logs.

 Capture activity using SQL Server Profiler and Extended Events Profiler.

 Capture and manage performance data.

 Conduct pre-installation stress testing for SQL Server.

 Configure credentials.

 Configure database mail.

 Configure operators, alerts and notifications.

 Configure permissions at the schema level;

 Configure Proxy accounts.

 Configure SQL Server Services.

 Construct and execute dynamic SQL with EXEC and sp_executesql.

 Create and manage transactions with transaction control language statements.

 Create dynamic packages that include variables and parameters.

 Create simple inline table-valued functions and write queries against them.

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 Create simple views and write queries against them.

 Create user-defined database roles.

 Debug an SSIS package.

 Declare and assign variables and synonyms.

 Deploy and upgrade Data-Tier Applications.

 Deploy and upgrade Data-Tier Applications.

 Describe batches and how they are handled by SQL Server.

 Describe batches and how they are handled by SQL Server.

 Describe BI and common BI scenarios.

 Describe cloud data scenarios.

 Describe components of well-performing queries.

 Describe how custom components can be used to extend SSIS.

 Describe how Data Quality Services can help you manage data quality.

 Describe how logins are authorized to access databases.

 Describe how multiple tables may be queried in a SELECT statement using joins.

 Describe how SQL Server authenticates connections.

 Describe how you can include custom scripts in an SSIS package.

 Describe key Master Data Services concepts.

 Describe numeric data types, type precedence and type conversions.

 Describe options for virtualizing SQL Server.

 Describe options for virtualizing SQL Server.

 Describe SQL Azure.

 Describe SQL Server's behavior when errors occur in T-SQL code.

 Describe SSIS deployment.

 Describe the architecture and editions of SQL Server 2012;

 Describe the basic features of SQL Azure;

 Describe the benefits to using window functions;

 Describe the considerations for implementing an incremental extract, transform, and load (ETL) solution.

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 Describe the elements of T-SQL and their role in writing queries;

 Describe the key considerations for a data warehousing project.

 Describe the key elements of a data warehousing solution.

 Describe the key features of SSIS.

 Describe the language elements of T-SQL used for simple programming tasks.

 Describe the logical order of operations in SELECT statements;

 Describe the main hardware considerations for building a data warehouse.

 Describe the options for auditing data access in SQL Server.

 Describe the role and structure of SQL Server databases.

 Describe the role of indexes and statistics in SQL Server

 Describe the SQL Server architecture.

 Describe the SQL Server Platform.

 Describe the use of predicate logic in SQL Server;

 Describe the use of sets in SQL Server;

 Describe the uses of queries which are nested within other queries.

 Describe the Windows Azure Marketplace.

 Describe transactions and the differences between batches and transactions.

 Display and interpret basic query performance data

 Display and interpret basic query plans

 Eliminate duplicates using the DISTINCT clause;

 Enforce consistency with transactions and checkpoints.

 Ensure database integrity.

 Execute system stored procedures to return system information.

 Explain how to deploy SSIS projects using the project deployment model.

 Explain how to use reference architectures and data warehouse appliances to create a data warehouse.

 Explain SQL Server Agent security.

 Explain SQL Server troubleshooting methodology.

 Explain the key features of SQL Server Analysis Services.

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 Explain the requirements for authorization across servers.

 Explain the transaction logging capabilities within the SQL Server database engine.

 Explore source data for an ETL solution.

 Filter data in the SELECT clause with TOP.

 Filter data with OFFSET and FETCH.

 Filter data with predicates in the WHERE clause.

 Handle errors in an SSIS package.

 Implement a data flow using SSIS.

 Implement a logical design for a data warehouse.

 Implement a Master Data Services model.

 Implement a physical design for a data warehouse.

 Implement control flow with tasks and precedence constraints.

 Implement logging for an SSIS package.

 Implement SQL Server Audit.

 Implement structured exception handling in T-SQL.

 Import and export table data.

 Improve performance with the Database Engine Tuning Advisor.

 Insert data in bulk and optimize the bulk insert process.

 Install SQL Server.

 Maintain indexes.

 Manage database backups.

 Manage SQL Server Agent jobs.

 Manage SQL Server Audit.

 Monitor current activity.

 Monitor SQL Server errors.

 Move database files within servers and between servers.

 Pass parameters to procedures.

 Plan a SQL Server backup strategy.

 Plan for server resource requirements.

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 Prepare to install SQL Server.

 Provision a SQL Azure server and configure its security;

 Raise user-defined errors and pass system errors in T-SQL code.

 Resolve concurrency issues.

 Resolve login and connectivity issues.

 Resolve service-related issues.

 Restore databases.

 Restore system databases and individual files.

 Restrict window functions to rows defined in an OVER clause, including partitions and frames;

 Return information about errors from system objects.

 Return results by executing stored procedures.

 Sort data using ORDER BY.

 Transfer data to and from SQL Server.

 Troubleshoot and resolve SQL Server administrative issues

 Understand the restore process.

 Upgrade and automate the installation of SQL Server.

 Use column and table aliases;

 Use containers in a package control flow.

 Use conversion functions.

 Use Data Quality Services to cleanse your data.

 Use Data Quality Services to match data.

 Use functions that work with NULL.

 Use IF and WHILE blocks to control program flow.

 Use logical functions.

 Use multiple techniques to extract new and modified data from source systems.

 Use multiple techniques to insert new and modified data into a data warehouse.

 Use SET XACT_ABORT to define SQL Server's handling of transactions outside TRY / CATCH blocks.

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 Use the EXISTS predicate to efficiently check for the existence of rows in a subquery.

 Use the GROUP BY clause to arrange rows into groups.

 Use the HAVING clause to filter out groups based on a search condition.

 Use the Master Data Services Add-in for Excel to view and modify a model.

 Work with files and filegroups.

 Work with fixed database roles.

 Work with more advanced backup options.

 Work with multiple servers.

 Work with multiple servers.

 Work with Point-in-time Recovery.

 Work with server roles.

 Work with SQL Server Agent.

 Work with SQL Server Management Studio;

 Work with SQL Server Tools.

 Work with tracing options.

 Write correlated subqueries which return scalar or multi-valued results.

 Write queries that retrieve system metadata and state information using system dynamic management views and functions.

 Write queries that retrieve system metadata using system views and functions.

 Write queries that use inner joins.

 Write queries that use outer joins.

 Write queries that use self-joins and cross joins.

 Write queries using character data types.

 Write queries using date and time data types;

 Write queries which combine data using the UNION operator

 Write queries which compare sets using the INTERSECT and EXCEPT operators

 Write queries which manipulate rows in a table by using APPLY with the results of a derived table or function;

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 Write queries which specify multiple groupings with grouping sets

 Write queries which summarize data using built-in aggregate functions.

 Demonstrate their competence in writing queries which use common table expressions.

 Write queries which use derived tables.

 Write queries which use window functions to operate on a window of rows and return ranking, aggregation and offset comparison results.

 Write self-contained subqueries which return scalar or multi-valued results.

 Write simple CASE expressions;

 Write simple SELECT statements;

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Reviewing Relational Database

 Database Systems: An Overview;

 Relational Database Systems;

 Understanding User Interfaces;

 Variety of User Interfaces;

 Physical Data Independence;

 Logical Data Independence;

 Physical Data Independence;

 Query Optimization;

 Data Integrity;

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 Database Design;

 Normal Forms;

 Normalization;

 Entity-Relationship Model;  Syntax Convention;

 Working with Sample Databases;

 Concurrency Control;

 Backup and Recovery;

 Database Security;

The Windows Environment

 Reviewing Window Functions;

 Set-Based vs. Iterative/Cursor Programming;

 Glimpse of Solutions Using Window Functions;

 Partitioning;

 Ordering;

 Framing;

 Query Elements Supporting Window Functions;

 Logical Query Processing;

 Clauses Supporting Window;

 Circumventing the Limitations;

 Window Aggregate Functions Described;

 Supported Windowing Elements;

 Distinct Aggregates;

 Nested Aggregates;

 Supporting Ranking Functions;

 RANK and DENSE_RANK;

 Distribution Functions:

 Rank Distribution Functions

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 Offset Functions: Supported Windowing Elements: LAG and LEAD;

Backward Scans; Columnstore Indexes; Ranking Functions; ROW_NUMBER: NTILE;

RANK and DENSE_RANK.

 Improved Parallelism with APPLY;

 Aggregate and Offset Functions;

 Without Ordering and Framing;

 With Ordering and Framing;

 Running Totals;

 Set-Based Solution Using Window Functions;

 Set-Based Solutions Using Subqueries or Joins;

 Cursor-Based Solution;

 CLR-Based Solution;

 Solutions Based on Window Functions;

 Nested Iterations;

 Multirow UPDATE with Variable;

 Performance Benchmark;

 Max Concurrent Intervals;

 Traditional Set-Based Solution;

 Performance Benchmark

 Packing Intervals:

Traditional Set-Based Solution;

Solutions Based on Window Functions.

 Gaps and Islands: Gaps;

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 Median;  Conditional Aggregate;  Sorting Hierarchies.

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Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server 2012

 Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2012;

Spatial Data Features in SQL Server 2012;

 Getting Started with SQL Server Management Studio;

 Working with SQL Server 2012 Tools;

 Working with SQL Server Management Studio;

 Creating and Organizing T-SQL scripts;

 Using Books Online;

 SQL Server Editions.

Query Optimizer

 Phases of Query Processing;

 How Query Optimization Works: Query Analysis;

Index Selection; Join Order Selection;

Join Processing Techniques; Plan Caching.

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 Tools for Editing the Optimizer Strategy: SET Statement;

Management Studio and Graphical Execution Plans; Examples of Execution Plans;

Dynamic Management Views and Query Optimizer.

Getting Started with SQL Azure  Overview of SQL Azure

 Working with SQL Azure

 Production to SQL Azure

SOL Azure Architecture  Client Layer

 Services Layer

 Platform Layer

 Infrastructure Layer

Configuring SQL Azure

 Server and Database Provisioning

 Throttling and Load Balancing

 Configuring SQL Azure Firewalls

 Connecting to SQL Azure

Administering SQL Azure

 Creating Logins and Users

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Working with SQL Azure  Backups with SQL Azure

 Object Explorer for SQL Azure

 What’s Missing in SQL Azure

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T-SQL Functions and Querying

 Introducing T-SQL;

 Understanding Sets;

 Understanding Predicate Logic;

 Understanding the Logical Order of Operations in SELECT statements;

 Transact-SQL Functions: Aggregate Functions; Scalar Functions; Scalar Operators; Global Variables.

 Transact-SQL and Indices: Creating Indices;

Obtaining Index Fragmentation Information; Editing Index Information;

Altering Indices;

Removing and Renaming Indices.

Creating and Using Indices:

Indices and Conditions in the WHERE Clause; Indices and the Join Operator;

Covering Index.

Special Types of Indices:

Virtual Computed Columns; Persistent Computed Columns.

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Salient Transact-SQL Querying

 Executing Basic SELECT Statements;

 Executing queries which filter data using predicates;

 Executing queries which sort data using ORDER BY;

Indexing Full-Text Data Using Transact-SQL.

T-SQL Solutions Using Window Functions  Virtual Auxiliary Table of Numbers;

 Sequences of Date and Time Values;

 Sequences of Keys;

 Update a Column with Unique Values;

 Applying a Range of Sequence Values;

 Paging;

 Removing Duplicates;

 Pivoting.

Writing SELECT Queries

 Writing Simple SELECT Statements;

 Eliminating Duplicates with DISTINCT;

 Using Column and Table Aliases;

 Writing Simple CASE Expressions.

SELECT Statement, Clauses and Functions

Writing SELECT Statements

 Write simple SELECT Statements;

 Eliminate Duplicates Using Distinct;

 Use Table and Column Aliases;

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WHERE Clause GROUP BY Clause Aggregate Functions HAVING Clause ORDER BY Clause

SELECT Statement and IDENTITY Property CREATE SEQUENCE Statement

Set Operators CASE Expressions

 Subqueries:

Subqueries and Comparison Operators; Subqueries and the IN Operator;

Subqueries and ANY and ALL Operators.

Querying Multiple Tables  Understanding Joins

 Querying with Inner Joins

 Querying with Outer Joins

 Querying with Cross Joins and Self Joins

Querying Multiple Tables

 Writing Queries That Use Inner Joins

 Writing Queries That Use Multiple-Table Inner Join

 Writing Queries That Use Self Joins

 Writing Queries That Use Outer Loins

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Sorting and Filtering Data  Sorting Data

 Filtering Data with a WHERE Clause

 Filtering with the TOP and OFFSET-FETCH Options

 Working with Unknown and Missing Values

 Writing Queries That Filter Data Using a WHERE Clause

 Writing Queries That Filter Data Using an ORDER BY Clause

 Writing Queries That Filter Data Using the TOP Option

 Writing Queries That Filter Data Using the OFFSET-FETCH Clause

Working with SQL Server 2012 Data Types  Introducing SQL Server 2012 Data Types

 Working with Character Data

 Working with Date and Time Data

 Writing Queries That Return Date and Time Data

 Writing Queries That Use Date and Time Functions

 Writing Queries That Return Character Data

 Writing Queries That Use Character Functions

Using Built-In Functions

 Writing Queries with Built-In Functions

 Using Conversion Functions

 Using Logical Functions

 Using Functions to Work with NULL

 Write queries which use conversion functions

 Write queries which use logical functions

 Write queries which test for nullability

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Grouping and Aggregating Data  Using Aggregate Functions

 Using the GROUP BY Clause

 Filtering Groups with HAVING

 Write queries which use the GROUP BY clause

 Write queries which use aggregate functions

 Write queries which use distinct aggregate functions

 Write queries which filter groups with the HAVING clause

Using Subqueries

 Writing Self-Contained Subqueries

 Writing Correlated Subqueries

 Using the EXISTS Predicate with Subqueries

 Write queries which use self-contained subqueries

 Write queries which use scalar and multi-result subqueries

 Write queries which use correlated subqueries and EXISTS predicate

Using Table Expressions  Using Derived Tables

 Using Common Table Expressions

 Using Views

 Using Inline Table-Valued Functions

 Write Queries Which Use Views

 Write Queries Which Use Derived Tables

 Write Queries Which Use Common Table Expressions

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Using Set Operators

 Writing Queries with the UNION Operator

 Using EXCEPT and INTERSECT

 Using APPLY

 Write queries which use UNION set operators and UNION ALL multi-set operators

 Write queries which use CROSS APPLY and OUTER APPLY operators

 Write queries which use EXCEPT and INTERSECT operators

Using Window Ranking, Offset and Aggregate Functions

 T-SQL functions such as ROW_NUMBER, RANK, DENSE_RANK, NTILE, LAG, LEAD, FIRST_VALUE and LAST_VALUE to perform calculations against a set, or window;

 Creating Windows with OVER

 Exploring Window Functions

 Write queries which use ranking functions

 Write queries which use offset functions

 Write queries which use window aggregate functions

Pivoting and Grouping Sets

 Writing Queries with PIVOT and UNPIVOT

 Working with Grouping Sets

 Write queries which use the PIVOT operator

 Write queries which use the UNPIVOT operator

 Write queries which use the GROUPING SETS subclause

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Querying SQL Server Metadata

 Querying System Catalog Views and Functions

 Executing System Stored Procedures

 Querying Dynamic Management Objects

 Querying System Catalog Views

 Querying System Functions

 Querying System Dynamic Management Views

Executing Stored Procedures

 Querying Data with Stored Procedures

 Passing Parameters to Stored Procedures

 Creating Simple Stored Procedures

 Working with Dynamic SQL

 Use the EXECUTE statement to invoke stored procedures

 Pass parameters to stored procedures

 Execute system stored procedures

Programming with T-SQL

 T-SQL Programming Elements

 Controlling Program Flow

 Declaring Variables and Delimiting Batches

 Using Control-of-Flow Elements

 Generating Dynamic SQL

 Using Synonyms

Implementing Error Handling  Using TRY / CATCH Blocks

 Working with Error Information

 Redirecting Errors with TRY / CATCH

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Implementing Transactions

 Transactions and the Database Engine

 Controlling Transactions

 Controlling transactions with BEGIN, COMMIT, and ROLLBACK

 Adding error handling to a CATCH block

Improving Query Performance  Factors in Query Performance

 Displaying Query Performance Data

 Viewing Query Execution Plans

 Viewing Index Usage and Using SET STATISTICS Statements

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Introduction to SQL Server 2012 and its Toolset  Introduction to the SQL Server Platform

 Working with SQL Server Tools

 Configuring SQL Server Services

 Verifying SQL Server Component Installation

 Altering Service Accounts for New Instance

 Enabling Named Pipes Protocol for Both Instances

 Creating an Alias for AdvDev

 Ensuring SQL Browser is Disabled and Configure a Fixed TCP/IP Port (Only if time permits

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Preparing Systems for SQL Server 2012  Overview of SQL Server Architecture

 Planning Server Resource Requirements

 Pre-installation Testing for SQL Server

 Adjust memory configuration

 Pre-installation Stress Testing

 Check Specific I/O Operations

Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2012  Preparing to Install SQL Server;

 Installing SQL Server;

 Upgrading and Automating Installation;

 Review installation requirements;

 Install the SQL Server instance;

 SQL Server Management Studio;

 SQL Components;

 Data Definition Language Queries;  New Installs;

 Side-by-Side Installs;

 Upgrades;

 Unattended Installs;

 Attended Installations.

Installing Analysis Services

 Multidimensional and Data Mining Mode (UDM Mode);

 Tabular Mode;

 Installing PowerPivot for SharePoint;

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 Configuring SQL Server Settings for Performance;

 Configuring SQL Server Setting for Security;

 Best Practices Analyzer (BPA);

 Modification of a Table's Contents;

 Perform Post-installation Setup and Checks;

 Configure Server Memory.

Working with Databases

 Overview of SQL Server Databases

 Working with Files and Filegroups

 Moving Database Files

 Adjust tempdb configuration

 Create the RateTracking database

 Attach the OldProspects database

 Add multiple files to tempdb

Understanding SQL Server 2012 Recovery Models  Backup Strategies

 Understanding SQL Server Transaction Logging

 Planning a SQL Server Backup Strategy

 Plan a backup strategy

 Configure Recovery Models

 Review recovery models and strategy

Backup of SQL Server 2012 Databases

 Backing up Databases and Transaction Logs

 Managing Database Backups

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Backup of SQL Server Databases  Investigate backup compression

 Transaction log backup

 Differential backup

 Copy-only backup

 Partial backup

Restoring SQL Server 2012 Databases  Understanding the Restore Process

 Restoring Databases

 Working with Point-in-time recovery

 Restoring System Databases and Individual Files

 Determine a restore strategy

 Restore the database

 Using STANDBY mode

Importing and Exporting Data

 Transferring Data To/From SQL Server

 Importing and Exporting Table Data

 Inserting Data in Bulk

 Import the Excel spreadsheet

 Import the CSV file

 Create and test an extraction package

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Authenticating and Authorizing Users  Authenticating Connections to SQL Server

 Authorizing Logins to Access Databases

 Authorization Across Servers

 Create Logins

 Correct an Application Login Issue

 Create Database Users

 Correct Access to Restored

Assigning Server and Database Roles  Working with Server Roles

 Working with Fixed Database Roles

 Creating User-defined Database Roles

 Assign Server Roles

 Assign Fixed Database Roles

 Create and Assign User-defined Database Roles

 Check Role Assignments

 Authorizing User Access to Objects

 Authorizing Users to Execute Code

 Configuring Permissions at the Schema Level

 Assign Schema-level Permissions

 Assign Object-level Permissions

 Test Permissions .

Auditing SQL Server Environments

 Options for Auditing Data Access in SQL

 Implementing SQL Server Audit

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 Determine audit configuration and create audit

 Create server audit specifications

 Create database audit specifications

 Test audit functionality.

Automating SQL Server 2012 Management

 Automating SQL Server Management

 Working with SQL Server Agent

 Managing SQL Server Agent Jobs

 Create a Data Extraction Job

 Schedule the Data Extraction Job

 Troubleshoot a Failing Job

Configuring Security for SQL Server Agent  Understanding SQL Server Agent Security

 Configuring Credentials

 Configuring Proxy Accounts

 Troubleshoot job execution failure

 Resolve the security issue

 Perform further troubleshooting

Monitoring SQL Server 2012, with Alerts and Notifications  Configuration of Database Mail

 Monitoring SQL Server Errors

 Configuring Operators, Alerts and Notifications

 Configure Database Mail

 Implement Notifications

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Performing Ongoing Database Maintenance  Ensuring Database Integrity

 Maintaining Indexes

 Automating Routine Database Maintenance

 Check database integrity using DBCC CHECKDB

 Correct index fragmentation

 Create a database maintenance plan

 Investigate table lock performance

Tracing Access to SQL Server 2012

 Capturing Activity using SQL Server Profiler

 Improving Performance with the Database Engine Tuning Advisor

 Working with Tracing Options

 Capture a trace using SQL Server Profiler

 Analyze a trace using Database Engine Tuning Advisor

 Configure SQL Trace

Monitoring SQL Server 2012  Monitoring Activity

 Capturing and Managing Performance Data

 Analyzing Collected Performance Data

 Investigating DMVs

 Configure Management Data Warehouse

 Configure Instances for Data Collection

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Managing Multiple Servers  Working with Multiple Servers

 Virtualizing SQL Server

 Deploying and Upgrading Data-Tier Applications

 Configure CMS and execute multi-server queries

 Deploy a data-tier application

 Register and extract a data-tier application

 Upgrade a data-tier application

Troubleshooting Common SQL Server 2012 Administrative Issues  SQL Server Troubleshooting Methodology

 Resolving Service-related Issues

 Resolving Concurrency Issues

 Resolving Login and Connectivity Issues

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Getting Started With Data Warehousing  Overview of Data Warehousing

 Data Warehouses and Data Marts

 Data Warehouse Design

 Considerations for a Data Warehouse Solution

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 Exploring an ETL solution

 Exploring a data warehouse

Data Warehouse Hardware

 Considerations for Building a Data Warehouse

 Data Warehouse Reference Architectures and Appliances

Designing and Implementing a Data Warehouse  Logical Design for a Data Warehouse

 Physical Design for a Data Warehouse

 Implementing a Star Schema

 Implementing a Snowflake Schema

 Implementing a Time Dimension Table

Management Data Warehouse  System Data Collection Sets

 Viewing Data Collected by the System Data Collection Sets

 Creating Your Own Data Collection Set  Examining the Data You Collected

Creating an ETL Solution with SSIS  Introduction to ETL with SSIS

 Exploring Source Data

 Implementing Data Flow

 Exploring Source Data

 Transferring Data by Using a Data Flow Task

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Implementing Control Flow in an SSIS Package  Introduction to Control Flow

 Creating Dynamic Packages

 Using Containers

 Managing Consistency

 Using Tasks and Precedence in a Control Flow

 Using Variables and Parameters

 Using Containers

 Using Transactions

 Using Checkpoints

Debugging and Troubleshooting SSIS Packages  Debugging an SSIS Package

 Logging SSIS Package Events

 Handling Errors in an SSIS Package

 Debugging an SSIS Package

 Logging SSIS Package Execution

 Implementing an Event Handler

 Handling Errors in a Data Flow

Implementing an Incremental ETL Process

 Introduction to Incremental ETL

 Extracting Modified Data

 Loading Modified Data

 Using a DateTime Column to Incrementally Extract Data

 Using a Change Data Capture

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Using a Lookup Transformation to Insert Dimension Data

 Using a Lookup Transformation to Insert or Update Dimension Data

 Implementing a Slowly Changing Dimension

 Using a MERGE Statement to Load Fact Data

Incorporating Data from the Cloud into a Data Warehouse

 Overview of Cloud Data Sources

 SQL Server Database

 The Windows Azure Marketplace

 Creating a SQL Azure Database

 Extracting Data from a SQL Azure Database

 Obtaining Data from the Windows Azure Marketplace

Enforcing Data Quality

 Introduction to Data Quality

 Using Data Quality Services to Cleanse Data

 Using Data Quality Services to Match Data

 Creating a DQS Knowledge Base

 Using a DQS Project to Cleanse Data

 Using DQS in an SSIS Package

 Creating a Matching Policy

 Using a DQS Project to Match Data

Using Master Data Services

 Introduction to Master Data Services

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 Using the Master Data Services Add-in for Excel

 Creating a Basic Model

 Editing a Model by Using the Master Data Services Add-in for Excel

 Loading Data into a Model

 Enforcing Business Rules

 Consuming Master Data Services Data

Extending SQL Server Integration Services  Using Custom Components in SSIS

 Using Scripts in SSIS

 Using a Custom Component

 Using a Script Task

Deploying and Configuring SSIS Packages  Overview of SSIS Deployment

 Deploying SSIS Projects

 Planning SSIS Package Execution

 Create a SSIS Catalog

 Deploy an SSIS Project

 Create Environments for an SSIS Solution

 Running an SSIS Package in SQL Server Management Studio

 Scheduling SSIS Packages with SQL Server Agent

Consuming Data in a Data Warehouse  Introduction to Business Intelligence

 Introduction to Reporting

 Introduction to Data Analysis

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