SQL Server Administration Part 2
What you'll learn
- At the end of SQL Administration Part 2, the student will be able to create indexes for to gain performance, use the SQL Profiler to find and trouble shoot expensive queries, use the activity monitor for analysis, deploy the performance monitor to find specific about SQL Server internals, use DTA utility, create and investigate issues with DMVs and extended events, look at SQL logs, monitor the health of the SQL Server more efficiently and much more.
- All the student needs is a laptop or a desktop. All material where appropriate will be downloaded via internet. Plus, you will need as a pre-requisite SQL Administration Part 1. All scripts and documentation will be provided by me to the student via zip file.
SQL Administration Part 2 will benefit the student by providing the necessary guide lines for enhancing SQL Server performance by utilizing indexes, reviewing DMVs for analysis, and setting up performance counters for gathering resource metrics; and also I will explain a handful of utilities to gather information about SQL Server internals, such as SQL Profiler, Database Tuning Advisor (DTA), Extended Events, SQL performance monitor, Activity monitor, and teach about partitions, creating contained database for recovery, reviewing SQL server logs and by installing SQL Server 2014 as the newer SQL version.The student will not only add to the knowledge gained bur SQL Administration Part 1, but get prepared for the next course SQL Administration Part 3 – the high availability solutions.
Who this course is for:
- Student who are interested in managing SQL Server, Developers, IT Admins, System Admins and anyone who is responsible for the databases.
Worked as a Production SQL Database Administrator and developer for over 15 years for various companies such as Neutrogena, BakeMark, Solutions2Go and NextGen. Want to help those students that want more that the basic SQL Language. Creating real life courses for those students who want a simple path to becoming a SQL DBA. I love SQL Administration and all that is involved in managing and creating a stable SQL architecture environment. I want to pass that experience and information to my students.